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reply Pablo Ripolles <in-call gmx.net> writes:
Witold Baryluk Wrote:

 Dnia Sun, 11 Nov 2007 18:16:41 -0800
 Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> napisał/a:
 
 Jason House wrote:
 Any plans on getting dmd in as a package in ubuntu too?

The problem is that dmd gets updated so frequently...

http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?D__Tutorial/InstallingDCompiler#MethodFour-Debian (it is working also in Ubuntu) It is updated by me practicly about one day after dmd release. dmd2-nonfree is also pacakged. -- Witold Baryluk, aleph0

But the problem is that those binaries can only be installed on an i386 arch and not on an amd64 version of ubuntu... thats a pity... Pablo
Nov 12 2007
parent reply Adam Burton <adz21c googlemail.com> writes:
Pablo Ripolles wrote:

 Witold Baryluk Wrote:
 
 Dnia Sun, 11 Nov 2007 18:16:41 -0800
 Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> napisał/a:
 
 Jason House wrote:
 Any plans on getting dmd in as a package in ubuntu too?

The problem is that dmd gets updated so frequently...



 (it is working also in Ubuntu)
 
 
 It is updated by me practicly about one day after dmd release.
 
 dmd2-nonfree is also pacakged.
 
 
 --
 Witold Baryluk, aleph0

But the problem is that those binaries can only be installed on an i386 arch and not on an amd64 version of ubuntu... thats a pity... Pablo

Nov 13 2007
next sibling parent reply Neal Becker <ndbecker2 gmail.com> writes:
Adam Burton wrote:

 Pablo Ripolles wrote:
 
 Witold Baryluk Wrote:
 
 Dnia Sun, 11 Nov 2007 18:16:41 -0800
 Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> napisał/a:
 
 Jason House wrote:
 Any plans on getting dmd in as a package in ubuntu too?

The problem is that dmd gets updated so frequently...



 (it is working also in Ubuntu)
 
 
 It is updated by me practicly about one day after dmd release.
 
 dmd2-nonfree is also pacakged.
 
 
 --
 Witold Baryluk, aleph0

But the problem is that those binaries can only be installed on an i386 arch and not on an amd64 version of ubuntu... thats a pity... Pablo


Can you build a shared library with it?
Nov 13 2007
parent reply Adam Burton <adz21c googlemail.com> writes:
Neal Becker wrote:

 Adam Burton wrote:
 
 Pablo Ripolles wrote:
 
 Witold Baryluk Wrote:
 
 Dnia Sun, 11 Nov 2007 18:16:41 -0800
 Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> napisał/a:
 
 Jason House wrote:
 Any plans on getting dmd in as a package in ubuntu too?

The problem is that dmd gets updated so frequently...





 (it is working also in Ubuntu)
 
 
 It is updated by me practicly about one day after dmd release.
 
 dmd2-nonfree is also pacakged.
 
 
 --
 Witold Baryluk, aleph0

But the problem is that those binaries can only be installed on an i386 arch and not on an amd64 version of ubuntu... thats a pity... Pablo


Can you build a shared library with it?

makefile stuff and now I can (not that I tested whether I can link to the shared library, just test that it can make them although I would like to assume that they are use-able). Adam
Nov 14 2007
parent Neal Becker <ndbecker2 gmail.com> writes:
Adam Burton wrote:

 Neal Becker wrote:
 
 Adam Burton wrote:
 
 Pablo Ripolles wrote:
 
 Witold Baryluk Wrote:
 
 Dnia Sun, 11 Nov 2007 18:16:41 -0800
 Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> napisał/a:
 
 Jason House wrote:
 Any plans on getting dmd in as a package in ubuntu too?

The problem is that dmd gets updated so frequently...






 (it is working also in Ubuntu)
 
 
 It is updated by me practicly about one day after dmd release.
 
 dmd2-nonfree is also pacakged.
 
 
 --
 Witold Baryluk, aleph0

But the problem is that those binaries can only be installed on an i386 arch and not on an amd64 version of ubuntu... thats a pity... Pablo


Can you build a shared library with it?

makefile stuff and now I can (not that I tested whether I can link to the shared library, just test that it can make them although I would like to assume that they are use-able).

shared versions of all of it's own libs, and on i386 you can link a non-pic lib to a pic one, but not on most other arch, (including x86_64). So, you couldn't build a shared lib on gdc x86_64 (or at least, you couldn't really use it).
Nov 14 2007
prev sibling parent Pablo Ripolles <in-call gmx.net> writes:
Adam Burton Wrote:

 Pablo Ripolles wrote:
 
 Witold Baryluk Wrote:
 
 Dnia Sun, 11 Nov 2007 18:16:41 -0800
 Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> napisał/a:
 
 Jason House wrote:
 Any plans on getting dmd in as a package in ubuntu too?

The problem is that dmd gets updated so frequently...



 (it is working also in Ubuntu)
 
 
 It is updated by me practicly about one day after dmd release.
 
 dmd2-nonfree is also pacakged.
 
 
 --
 Witold Baryluk, aleph0

But the problem is that those binaries can only be installed on an i386 arch and not on an amd64 version of ubuntu... thats a pity... Pablo


Oh!! I'll try it again. My first attempt was with Feisty on a macbook and the installation (with synaptic) didn't work. I'll try on Gusty! Many thanks.
Nov 14 2007