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reply Daniel Keep <daniel.keep dummy.gmail.com> writes:
Hi all.

I was a bit bored the other day, so I did something rather silly: I made 
Debian packages for dmd and Phobos (:P)  I just didn't want to have 
files floating around my Debian box without a package to handle 
installs, upgrades, etc.

I was wondering if anyone wanted them (I'll attach them to another post 
or email them if you want), or even better, wanted to host them. 
They're for the 0.108 release of dmd (I seperated Phobos out in case 
updates to dmd and Phobos get out of sync later on).

Anyway, back to trying to get this BNF compiler working :P

Happy holidays,
	-- Daniel
Dec 01 2004
parent reply Manfred Hansen <manfred toppoint.de> writes:
Daniel Keep wrote:

 Hi all.
 
 I was a bit bored the other day, so I did something rather silly: I made
 Debian packages for dmd and Phobos (:P)  I just didn't want to have
 files floating around my Debian box without a package to handle
 installs, upgrades, etc.
 
 I was wondering if anyone wanted them (I'll attach them to another post
 or email them if you want), or even better, wanted to host them.
 They're for the 0.108 release of dmd (I seperated Phobos out in case
 updates to dmd and Phobos get out of sync later on).
 
 Anyway, back to trying to get this BNF compiler working :P

What is a "BNF" Compiler ?
 
 Happy holidays,

 -- Daniel

Hello Daniel, i think that is a nice idea. Can you email me the packages. Manfred manfred at toppoint dot de
Dec 04 2004
parent reply Daniel Keep <daniel.keep dummy.gmail.com> writes:
Manfred Hansen wrote:
 Daniel Keep wrote:
 
 
Hi all.

I was a bit bored the other day, so I did something rather silly: I made
Debian packages for dmd and Phobos (:P)  I just didn't want to have
files floating around my Debian box without a package to handle
installs, upgrades, etc.

I was wondering if anyone wanted them (I'll attach them to another post
or email them if you want), or even better, wanted to host them.
They're for the 0.108 release of dmd (I seperated Phobos out in case
updates to dmd and Phobos get out of sync later on).

Anyway, back to trying to get this BNF compiler working :P

What is a "BNF" Compiler ?

Bakus-Naur Form. Put simply, it takes a description of a programming language, and generates a scanner and parser for that language (which are the "turn source file into tokens" and "put the tokens into a symbol tree" stages of compilation).
Happy holidays,

My holiday start at 19.12.2004 ;-)

Mine started last month ^_^
-- Daniel

Hello Daniel, i think that is a nice idea. Can you email me the packages. Manfred manfred at toppoint dot de

Sure thing. It'll be good to know they work on someone else's machine :P Hope you don't mind 1 meg attachments :P -- Daniel
Dec 04 2004
parent Manfred Hansen <manfred toppoint.de> writes:
Daniel Keep wrote:

 
 
 Manfred Hansen wrote:
 Daniel Keep wrote:
 
 
Hi all.

I was a bit bored the other day, so I did something rather silly: I made
Debian packages for dmd and Phobos (:P)  I just didn't want to have
files floating around my Debian box without a package to handle
installs, upgrades, etc.

I was wondering if anyone wanted them (I'll attach them to another post
or email them if you want), or even better, wanted to host them.
They're for the 0.108 release of dmd (I seperated Phobos out in case
updates to dmd and Phobos get out of sync later on).

Anyway, back to trying to get this BNF compiler working :P

What is a "BNF" Compiler ?

Bakus-Naur Form. Put simply, it takes a description of a programming language, and generates a scanner and parser for that language (which are the "turn source file into tokens" and "put the tokens into a symbol tree" stages of compilation).
Happy holidays,

My holiday start at 19.12.2004 ;-)

Mine started last month ^_^
-- Daniel

Hello Daniel, i think that is a nice idea. Can you email me the packages. Manfred manfred at toppoint dot de

Sure thing. It'll be good to know they work on someone else's machine :P Hope you don't mind 1 meg attachments :P

No problem. Manfred
Dec 05 2004