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digitalmars.D.announce - DUB 0.9.13 released

reply =?ISO-8859-15?Q?S=F6nke_Ludwig?= <sludwig outerproduct.org> writes:
Changes:

 - Support for a new "buildRequirements" field to be able to specify
   things like "Don't treat warnings as errors" or "Allow use of
   deprecated features"

 - A lot of improvements to the VisualD project generator

 - Some important bug fixes


Change log:
  https://github.com/rejectedsoftware/dub/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

Download:
  http://registry.vibed.org/download
Apr 16 2013
next sibling parent reply "alex" <info alexanderbothe.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 16 April 2013 at 21:50:10 UTC, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
 Changes:

  - Support for a new "buildRequirements" field to be able to 
 specify
    things like "Don't treat warnings as errors" or "Allow use of
    deprecated features"

  - A lot of improvements to the VisualD project generator

  - Some important bug fixes


 Change log:
   
 https://github.com/rejectedsoftware/dub/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

 Download:
   http://registry.vibed.org/download
I want to inform you that Mono-D v0.5.2.4 can open Dub projects natively now - no need for creating .dproj files explicitly anymore, just opening package.json is required in order to have the project there. It also handles include paths in the most common cases. Btw, what about nested dependencies? How are they handled in dub? Are all sub-packages in the .dub folder read for further dependency information? Great work though!
Apr 26 2013
parent reply =?UTF-8?B?U8O2bmtlIEx1ZHdpZw==?= <sludwig outerproduct.org> writes:
Am 26.04.2013 21:37, schrieb alex:
 
 I want to inform you that Mono-D v0.5.2.4 can open Dub projects natively
 now - no need for creating .dproj files explicitly anymore, just opening
 package.json is required in order to have the project there.
 It also handles include paths in the most common cases.
Cool! I'll try that out tomorrow. Do you execute the "dub" binary to generate a project file or do you parse the "package.json" directly? If it helps, it would be relatively easy to add a mode where all build settings for the project, including all of its dependencies, are output to stdout as JSON.
 Btw, what about nested dependencies? How are they handled in dub? Are
 all sub-packages in the .dub folder read for further dependency
 information?
Yes, the ones in ".dub", in the system- and user-wide package folders, as well as any package added with "dub add-local" are scanned for matches recursively and their build settings are merged-in accordingly.
 Great work though!
Thanks, the same must be said about Mono-D! (which is a lot more complex, of course)
Apr 26 2013
parent reply "alex" <info alexanderbothe.com> writes:
On Friday, 26 April 2013 at 20:16:15 UTC, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
 Am 26.04.2013 21:37, schrieb alex:
 
 I want to inform you that Mono-D v0.5.2.4 can open Dub 
 projects natively
 now - no need for creating .dproj files explicitly anymore, 
 just opening
 package.json is required in order to have the project there.
 It also handles include paths in the most common cases.
Cool! I'll try that out tomorrow. Do you execute the "dub" binary to generate a project file or do you parse the "package.json" directly? If it helps, it would be relatively easy to add a mode where all build settings for the project, including all of its dependencies, are output to stdout as JSON.
It parses the package.json directly, no .sln or .dproj is generated. It runs dub build for building and dub for executing the program -- where do I specify run arguments btw?
 Btw, what about nested dependencies? How are they handled in 
 dub? Are
 all sub-packages in the .dub folder read for further dependency
 information?
Yes, the ones in ".dub", in the system- and user-wide package folders, as well as any package added with "dub add-local" are scanned for
where is the list of packages added with 'add-local' stored at?
 matches recursively and their build settings are merged-in 
 accordingly.
I think I might open up all the dependency projects as well when opening the 'root' package.json - do you think that it's a good idea or just distracting the user from the main project?
 Great work though!
Thanks, the same must be said about Mono-D! (which is a lot more complex, of course)
:-)
Apr 26 2013
parent reply Rory McGuire <rjmcguire gmail.com> writes:
I'd say opening all dependencies is distracting. But being able to open
them quickly is really useful.

On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 10:26 PM, alex <info alexanderbothe.com> wrote:

 On Friday, 26 April 2013 at 20:16:15 UTC, S=C3=B6nke Ludwig wrote:

 Am 26.04.2013 21:37, schrieb alex:

 I want to inform you that Mono-D v0.5.2.4 can open Dub projects nativel=
y
 now - no need for creating .dproj files explicitly anymore, just openin=
g
 package.json is required in order to have the project there.
 It also handles include paths in the most common cases.
Cool! I'll try that out tomorrow. Do you execute the "dub" binary to generate a project file or do you parse the "package.json" directly? If it helps, it would be relatively easy to add a mode where all build settings for the project, including all of its dependencies, are output to stdout as JSON.
It parses the package.json directly, no .sln or .dproj is generated. It runs dub build for building and dub for executing the program -- where do=
I
 specify run arguments btw?



  Btw, what about nested dependencies? How are they handled in dub? Are
 all sub-packages in the .dub folder read for further dependency
 information?
Yes, the ones in ".dub", in the system- and user-wide package folders, as well as any package added with "dub add-local" are scanned for
where is the list of packages added with 'add-local' stored at? matches recursively and their build settings are merged-in accordingly.

 I think I might open up all the dependency projects as well when opening
 the 'root' package.json - do you think that it's a good idea or just
 distracting the user from the main project?



  Great work though!

 Thanks, the same must be said about Mono-D! (which is a lot more
 complex, of course)
:-)
Apr 26 2013
parent "alex" <info alexanderbothe.com> writes:
On Friday, 26 April 2013 at 20:47:42 UTC, Rory McGuire wrote:
 I'd say opening all dependencies is distracting. But being able 
 to open
 them quickly is really useful.
I think I should create greyed-out references in the pseudo-solution which can be enabled and loaded afterwards if wanted. Or so..
Apr 26 2013
prev sibling parent reply "Tyro[17]" <nospam home.com> writes:
On 4/16/13 5:49 PM, Snke Ludwig wrote:
 Changes:

   - Support for a new "buildRequirements" field to be able to specify
     things like "Don't treat warnings as errors" or "Allow use of
     deprecated features"

   - A lot of improvements to the VisualD project generator

   - Some important bug fixes


 Change log:
    https://github.com/rejectedsoftware/dub/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

 Download:
    http://registry.vibed.org/download
Probably a stupid question but can DUB be used to install DMD? Instructions please. Thanks
Apr 29 2013
parent Jonathan M Davis <jmdavisProg gmx.com> writes:
On Monday, April 29, 2013 21:27:48 Tyro[17] wrote:
 On 4/16/13 5:49 PM, S=C3=B6nke Ludwig wrote:
 Changes:
   - Support for a new "buildRequirements" field to be able to speci=
fy
  =20
     things like "Don't treat warnings as errors" or "Allow use of
     deprecated features"
  =20
   - A lot of improvements to the VisualD project generator
  =20
   - Some important bug fixes
=20
 Change log:
    https://github.com/rejectedsoftware/dub/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md=
=20
 Download:
    http://registry.vibed.org/download
=20 Probably a stupid question but can DUB be used to install DMD? Instructions please.
There is no dub build for dmd. dmd is built using makefiles, and it rea= lly=20 needs the druntime, Phobos, and tools projects as well (all of which bu= ild=20 with makefiles) - especially if you're going to install it - and dub do= es not=20 currently support building with makefiles or including other projects l= ike=20 that. It also doesn't support installing anything AFAIK. It just builds= stuff=20 with the bonus that it'll download and build the dependencies for you f= irst. It=20 may be possible for dub to do all of that in the future, but not now. - Jonathan M Davis
Apr 29 2013