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reply Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> writes:
Thanks to the mild excitement displayed over the D.NET project, I've 
found my second wind on the project and the first thing I did was to 
overhaul the way arrays and slices are handled to put them in line with 
the D style of slicing.

I've uploaded a new version of D.NET that does proper slicing as well as 
a new version of my test file to show you what I've tested and what 
works for sure.  They can be found (respectively) at:

http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/DNET.exe
http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/main.d

Just a note if you haven't tried D.NET yet, at the moment it requires 
the VC++ 2005 Express Beta from Microsoft, and will continue to until I 
can figure out how to get VC8 to build it to work with the VC7 or VC7.1 
runtimes.

Enjoy

-Deja
Sep 13 2004
next sibling parent "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
I think you're doing a great and valuable job.
Sep 14 2004
prev sibling parent reply John Reimer <brk_6502 NOSP_AM.yahoo.com> writes:
Deja Augustine wrote:
 Thanks to the mild excitement displayed over the D.NET project, I've 
 found my second wind on the project and the first thing I did was to 
 overhaul the way arrays and slices are handled to put them in line with 
 the D style of slicing.

Are you counting the number of downloads of DNET from your web site? Nice work, BTW.
Sep 16 2004
parent reply Deja Augustine <Deja_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <ciad3u$1pea$1 digitaldaemon.com>, John Reimer says...
Deja Augustine wrote:
 Thanks to the mild excitement displayed over the D.NET project, I've 
 found my second wind on the project and the first thing I did was to 
 overhaul the way arrays and slices are handled to put them in line with 
 the D style of slicing.

Are you counting the number of downloads of DNET from your web site?

Hah, no... I never thought to. It didn't occur to me that a half-done alpha would draw the attention of more than one or two people.
Nice work, BTW.

Thanks :) -Deja
Sep 15 2004
parent reply "Lloyd Dupont" <ld NewsAccount.galador.net> writes:
 Hah, no... I never thought to.  It didn't occur to me that a half-done 
 alpha
 would draw the attention of more than one or two people.

it could be that your provider do it for you! for instance mine count the number of download, the refererer URL, the country of visitor! nothing to do, it's already done!
Sep 15 2004
parent reply Deja Augustine <Deja_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <ciavfs$20er$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Lloyd Dupont says...
 Hah, no... I never thought to.  It didn't occur to me that a half-done 
 alpha
 would draw the attention of more than one or two people.

it could be that your provider do it for you! for instance mine count the number of download, the refererer URL, the country of visitor! nothing to do, it's already done!

I'm using a university web account which doesn't do any nice hitcounting. I'm planning on sitting down one of these days to design a real website for D.NET and Python/D (and any other projects I come up with) so I'll probably put a download counter in that :) -Deja
Sep 15 2004
parent reply "Lloyd Dupont" <ld NewsAccount.galador.net> writes:
 I'm using a university web account which doesn't do any nice hitcounting. 
 I'm

 planning on sitting down one of these days to design a real website for 
 D.NET
 and Python/D (and any other projects I come up with) so I'll probably put 
 a
 download counter in that :)

but python is just a scripting language! whereas D is a system programing language! BTW, a tad [OT], do you know about IronPython? I discover Python with it and get win to both!
Sep 15 2004
parent Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> writes:
Lloyd Dupont wrote:

 
 uh?
 but python is just a scripting language!
 whereas D is a system programing language!
 

Python/D is a D API for Python<->D interop along the lines of Python/C. I wrote this lib quite a while ago. It allows you to embed Python in a D project or extend python using a module written in D.
 BTW, a tad [OT], do you know about IronPython?
 I discover Python with it and get win to both! 
 
 

Yes, I'm familiar with IronPython. I think it's a really great idea. -Deja
Sep 15 2004