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reply Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> writes:
Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy to 
point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 0.101

A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a 
plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on 
the progress of D.NET

-Deja
Sep 21 2004
next sibling parent reply "BUDI ARIEF GUSANDI" <budi online.ie> writes:
Wait...i dont understand about version naming here. after 0.9 it's  
supposed to be 1.0 right ? why is it 0.1 ?

Thanks

Budi

On Tue, 21 Sep 2004 02:49:12 -0500, Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net>  
wrote:

 Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy to  
 point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 0.101

 A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a  
 plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

 See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on  
 the progress of D.NET

 -Deja

Sep 21 2004
parent Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> writes:
The version scheme for D.NET while it's in the alpha stage is:

<dfev>.<ddnv>

dfev = D Front-End Version
ddnv = D.NET Version

Since this latest release is based off of DMD 0.101, the dfev is 0.101 
D.NET is at alpha .91

Once D.NET reaches alpha .99, the next major release will be beta .01

(also the version scheme will change a little once D.NET more or less 
fully implements the D front-end.  It will go from <dfev>.<ddnv> to 
<ddnv>.<dfev> so the first beta will be 0.01.101)

Hope that helps a little... there's a method to the madness, though it's 
still quite mad.

-Deja

BUDI ARIEF GUSANDI wrote:

 Wait...i dont understand about version naming here. after 0.9 it's  
 supposed to be 1.0 right ? why is it 0.1 ?
 
 Thanks
 
 Budi
 
 On Tue, 21 Sep 2004 02:49:12 -0500, Deja Augustine 
 <deja scratch-ware.net>  wrote:
 
 Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy 
 to  point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 
 0.101

 A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a  
 plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

 See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on  
 the progress of D.NET

 -Deja


Sep 21 2004
prev sibling parent reply kinghajj <kinghajj_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <ciomdo$o4a$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...
Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy to 
point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 0.101

A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a 
plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on 
the progress of D.NET

-Deja

Is there anything else I need?
Sep 21 2004
parent reply Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> writes:
kinghajj wrote:

 In article <ciomdo$o4a$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...
 
Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy to 
point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 0.101

A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a 
plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on 
the progress of D.NET

-Deja

I installed .NET 2.0 Beta, but I didn't get "MSVCR80D.DLL", only "MSVCR80.DLL". Is there anything else I need?

Does it run? If so, then no :)
Sep 21 2004
parent reply kinghajj <kinghajj_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <cipii7$1aps$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...
kinghajj wrote:

 In article <ciomdo$o4a$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...
 
Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy to 
point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 0.101

A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a 
plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on 
the progress of D.NET

-Deja

I installed .NET 2.0 Beta, but I didn't get "MSVCR80D.DLL", only "MSVCR80.DLL". Is there anything else I need?

Does it run? If so, then no :)

"MSVCR80D.DLL"! Where did you get your .NET 2.0? Do I need the .NET 2.0 SDK, too?
Sep 21 2004
parent reply Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> writes:
kinghajj wrote:

 In article <cipii7$1aps$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...
 
kinghajj wrote:


In article <ciomdo$o4a$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...


Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy to 
point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 0.101

A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a 
plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information on 
the progress of D.NET

-Deja

I installed .NET 2.0 Beta, but I didn't get "MSVCR80D.DLL", only "MSVCR80.DLL". Is there anything else I need?

Does it run? If so, then no :)

No, it doesn't run, because my setup program for .NET 2.0 didn't install "MSVCR80D.DLL"! Where did you get your .NET 2.0? Do I need the .NET 2.0 SDK, too?

I added msvcr80d.dll to the downloads page, hope it helps.
Sep 21 2004
parent Regan Heath <regan netwin.co.nz> writes:
On Tue, 21 Sep 2004 12:03:06 -0500, Deja Augustine <deja scratch-ware.net> 
wrote:
 kinghajj wrote:

 In article <cipii7$1aps$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...

 kinghajj wrote:


 In article <ciomdo$o4a$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Deja Augustine says...


 Even though it's a relatively minor update, I thought it noteworthy 
 to point out that D.NET's front-end source has been sync'd up to DMD 
 0.101

 A few additional bug fixes warranted a new release with, I'm sure, a 
 plethora of additional minor releases over the next week or so.

 See http://dnet.scratch-ware.net/ for the most current information 
 on the progress of D.NET

 -Deja

I installed .NET 2.0 Beta, but I didn't get "MSVCR80D.DLL", only "MSVCR80.DLL". Is there anything else I need?

Does it run? If so, then no :)

No, it doesn't run, because my setup program for .NET 2.0 didn't install "MSVCR80D.DLL"! Where did you get your .NET 2.0? Do I need the .NET 2.0 SDK, too?

I added msvcr80d.dll to the downloads page, hope it helps.

The difference between "MSVCR80.DLL" and "MSVCR80D.DLL" is the 'D' which might stand for Debug. Did you do a 'complete' install or just the standard one, perhaps you did not install this component? Regan -- Using M2, Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://www.opera.com/m2/
Sep 21 2004