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reply Dune <nospam please.com> writes:
Just wanted to ask if new binaries (Windows/Linux) are planned and when will
they be available?

Also will the compatibility be dmd1 or dmd2?

Thanks
Dune
Dec 04 2008
parent reply =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
Dune wrote:
 Just wanted to ask if new binaries (Windows/Linux) are planned and when will
they be available?

Depends a little on what you mean by the question, "newer than what" and "what types of binaries"... I made some temporary binaries (from SVN) for Mac, I suppose that could be done for Windows/Linux too. The revision that I used was r229 (about DMD 1.030) mostly since it was required in order to use Tango.
 Also will the compatibility be dmd1 or dmd2?

The default language will probably still be D 1.0, at least until D 2.0 is out of the "Alpha" stage ? --anders
Dec 05 2008
parent reply Dune <<nospam please.com>> writes:
Anders F Björklund Wrote:

 Dune wrote:
 Just wanted to ask if new binaries (Windows/Linux) are planned and when will
they be available?

Depends a little on what you mean by the question, "newer than what" and "what types of binaries"...

Well, newer than the 0.24 release (which is from August 2007)
 I made some temporary binaries (from SVN) for Mac,
 I suppose that could be done for Windows/Linux too.
 
 The revision that I used was r229 (about DMD 1.030)
 mostly since it was required in order to use Tango.
 

Tried to compile it with Dev-C++ on windows and wasn't successful :( If you or somebody else was able to compile the Windows version and post where to download it - this would be fantastic.
 Also will the compatibility be dmd1 or dmd2?

The default language will probably still be D 1.0, at least until D 2.0 is out of the "Alpha" stage ?

Well, I was wondering because in trunk there is a dmd2 directory. So I thought both versions can be compiled...
 --anders

Thank you Dune
Dec 19 2008
parent =?windows-1252?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
Dune < wrote:

 I made some temporary binaries (from SVN) for Mac,
 I suppose that could be done for Windows/Linux too.

 The revision that I used was r229 (about DMD 1.030)
 mostly since it was required in order to use Tango.

Tried to compile it with Dev-C++ on windows and wasn't successful :( If you or somebody else was able to compile the Windows version and post where to download it - this would be fantastic.

There's a build of r229 (plus some needed patches) up on the http://gdcwin.sourceforge.net/ site now. Upgraded to GCC to a later revision, that apparently fixes some issues when running on Windows Vista... GDC: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=168193&package_id=191404&release_id=650286 GCC: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=2435&package_id=82723&release_id=428244 --anders
Dec 30 2008