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reply Steve Hite <Steve_member pathlink.com> writes:
I certainly don't have the programming skills to do the task in a reasonable
amount of time but I think you get a whole bunch of growth and appreciation for
what Walter has created by being able to have the D Language on par with VB.Net,
C#, C++ and JScript.Net.

Walter, I've followed your work since the first Zortech C++ compiler and I swear
you are one of the most the prolific compiler/language deveopers the programming
community has ever seen.   IMO, the D Language needs a leverage like the .Net
Framework can provide.  I truly wish I had the requisite skills because I'd do
it in a heartbeat.  I for one would use D over C# and C++ on .Net.

Continued success,

Steve
May 23 2005
parent J C Calvarese<technocrat7 gmail.com> writes:
In article <d6tohs$2abv$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Steve Hite says...
I certainly don't have the programming skills to do the task in a reasonable
amount of time but I think you get a whole bunch of growth and appreciation for
what Walter has created by being able to have the D Language on par with VB.Net,
C#, C++ and JScript.Net.

Walter, I've followed your work since the first Zortech C++ compiler and I swear
you are one of the most the prolific compiler/language deveopers the programming
community has ever seen.   IMO, the D Language needs a leverage like the .Net
Framework can provide.  I truly wish I had the requisite skills because I'd do
it in a heartbeat.  I for one would use D over C# and C++ on .Net.

Continued success,

Steve

Deja Augustine started a project called "D.Net" http://www.scratch-ware.net/dfiles/ The D.Net project is currently inactive (he's busy with other things), but perhaps he'd let you resume it. He was getting results, but either didn't have the time or interest to continue working on it. There's more information about D.Net accumulated in the community wiki: http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?DDotNet jcc7
May 23 2005