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reply Michel Fortin <michel.fortin michelf.com> writes:
This is a small update brigning some improvements in code folding and a 
fix for building under Xcode 3.1.

You can download it from here:
<http://michelf.com/projects/d-for-xcode/>


D for Xcode 1.1b2 (21 Sep 2008):

*	Improved code folding.

*	Fixed a problem where a wrong linker command was issued under Xcode 3.1.


Known Issues:

*	Nested comments and documentation comments are ignored by the syntax
	highlighter in Xcode 3.

*	Files with the .d extensions are given the "sourcecode.dtrace" type
	instead of "sourcecode.d" while first added to a project. This is because
	Xcode already has a rule associating .d files with dtrace which takes
	precedence. You must open the info panel for your files and manually select
	the "sourcecode.d" file type. This does not apply to Xcode 2.x.

*	The debugger doesn't demangle function names. This can probably be fixed
	by patching GDB.

*	The debugger does not show very intelligently the content of objects.


-- 
Michel Fortin
michel.fortin michelf.com
http://michelf.com/
Sep 21 2008
parent Jacob Carlborg <doobnet gmail.com> writes:
Michel Fortin wrote:
 This is a small update brigning some improvements in code folding and a 
 fix for building under Xcode 3.1.
 
 You can download it from here:
 <http://michelf.com/projects/d-for-xcode/>
 
 
 D for Xcode 1.1b2 (21 Sep 2008):
 
 *    Improved code folding.
 
 *    Fixed a problem where a wrong linker command was issued under Xcode 
 3.1.
 
 
 Known Issues:
 
 *    Nested comments and documentation comments are ignored by the syntax
     highlighter in Xcode 3.
 
 *    Files with the .d extensions are given the "sourcecode.dtrace" type
     instead of "sourcecode.d" while first added to a project. This is 
 because
     Xcode already has a rule associating .d files with dtrace which takes
     precedence. You must open the info panel for your files and manually 
 select
     the "sourcecode.d" file type. This does not apply to Xcode 2.x.
 
 *    The debugger doesn't demangle function names. This can probably be 
 fixed
     by patching GDB.
 
 *    The debugger does not show very intelligently the content of objects.
 
 

Sep 22 2008