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digitalmars.D - D 2.0 64 bit Compiler

reply dsimcha <dsimcha yahoo.com> writes:
Does anyone by any chance have any AMD64 Linux GDC builds for D 2.0?  I'm
having difficulty getting the build process to work, and would prefer to just
download some pre-compiled binaries if they're available.
Jun 19 2008
parent reply Erik Lechak <prochak netzero.net> writes:
dsimcha Wrote:

 Does anyone by any chance have any AMD64 Linux GDC builds for D 2.0?  I'm
 having difficulty getting the build process to work, and would prefer to just
 download some pre-compiled binaries if they're available.

I was informed that GDC only supports D version 1. Where did you get the GDC D version 2.0 source code? Thanks, Erik Lechak
Jun 19 2008
parent reply Lars Ivar Igesund <larsivar igesund.net> writes:
Erik Lechak wrote:

 dsimcha Wrote:
 
 Does anyone by any chance have any AMD64 Linux GDC builds for D 2.0?  I'm
 having difficulty getting the build process to work, and would prefer to
 just download some pre-compiled binaries if they're available.

I was informed that GDC only supports D version 1. Where did you get the GDC D version 2.0 source code? Thanks, Erik Lechak

I thought I replied to your thread on this topic, but apparently not. GDC in svn trunk is up-to-date with both branches of the language, but you need to compile it yourself, and enable 2.0 support. -- Lars Ivar Igesund blog at http://larsivi.net DSource, #d.tango & #D: larsivi Dancing the Tango
Jun 19 2008
next sibling parent reply Erik Lechak <prochak netzero.net> writes:
Lars Ivar Igesund Wrote:

 Erik Lechak wrote:
 
 dsimcha Wrote:
 
 Does anyone by any chance have any AMD64 Linux GDC builds for D 2.0?  I'm
 having difficulty getting the build process to work, and would prefer to
 just download some pre-compiled binaries if they're available.

I was informed that GDC only supports D version 1. Where did you get the GDC D version 2.0 source code? Thanks, Erik Lechak

I thought I replied to your thread on this topic, but apparently not. GDC in svn trunk is up-to-date with both branches of the language, but you need to compile it yourself, and enable 2.0 support.

You replied with this:
I'd just like to note that you can download the compilers from the Tango
pages too, in which case they come with Tango instead of Phobos (some
downloads do have Tangobos though).

But I didn't find anything about GDC D version 2 at the Tango site. But thanks for confirming that GDC does or at least will support version 2. Thanks, Erik Lechak
Jun 20 2008
parent Bill Baxter <dnewsgroup billbaxter.com> writes:
Erik Lechak wrote:
 You replied with this:
 
 I'd just like to note that you can download the compilers from the Tango
 pages too, in which case they come with Tango instead of Phobos (some
 downloads do have Tangobos though).

But I didn't find anything about GDC D version 2 at the Tango site. But thanks for confirming that GDC does or at least will support version 2.

The main reason there are no D2 GDC downloads from Tango's site is that Tango itself does not support D2. --bb
Jun 20 2008
prev sibling parent Jerry Quinn <jlquinn optonline.net> writes:
Lars Ivar Igesund Wrote:

 Erik Lechak wrote:
 
 dsimcha Wrote:
 
 Does anyone by any chance have any AMD64 Linux GDC builds for D 2.0?  I'm
 having difficulty getting the build process to work, and would prefer to
 just download some pre-compiled binaries if they're available.



I know that Debian's testing build of GDC has 2.0 construct support and is available on 64 bit. However, the libphobos package doesn't include libs from 2.0, unfortunately.
Jun 22 2008