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D.gnu - Binaries of gdc 1e available

reply Mike Hearn <mike navi.cx> writes:
Hi,

At this URL:

http://bylands.dur.ac.uk/~mh/gdc-i686-1e.tar.bz2

is a compiled version of gdc release 1e. Extract it into /opt, and then
add /opt/gdc/bin to your path. You should now be able to compile D apps,
with Phobos access.

These binaries have been built in a way that should ensure they work on
all distros. If they don't work on yours (and you are on an x86
architecture) I'd like to know about it.

thanks -mike
Apr 17 2004
parent reply Lars Ivar Igesund <larsivar igesund.net> writes:
Mike Hearn wrote:

 Hi,
 
 At this URL:
 
 http://bylands.dur.ac.uk/~mh/gdc-i686-1e.tar.bz2
 
 is a compiled version of gdc release 1e. Extract it into /opt, and then
 add /opt/gdc/bin to your path. You should now be able to compile D apps,
 with Phobos access.
 
 These binaries have been built in a way that should ensure they work on
 all distros. If they don't work on yours (and you are on an x86
 architecture) I'd like to know about it.
 
 thanks -mike

It would be interesting to test gdc on cygwin and/or mingw. Is it possible to make binaries for those? Lars Ivar Igesund
Apr 18 2004
parent Mike Hearn <mike navi.cx> writes:
On Sun, 18 Apr 2004 10:31:37 +0100, Lars Ivar Igesund wrote:
 It would be interesting to test gdc on cygwin and/or mingw. Is it
 possible to make binaries for those?

Yes, it might be, I have a cross compiler setup here. At the moment I have other priorities though, D is just a bit-on-the-side plaything for me currently :) thanks -mike
Apr 18 2004