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digitalmars.D.announce - UNA Now Supports D

reply John A. De Goes <john.withoutspam. n-brain.net> writes:
I'm happy to announce that UNA now supports the D programming language.

The current level of support is 'basic', unless you have the ctags patch
floating around the Internet,
which enables the more advanced features like go-to-definition, structure view,
object hierarchy, and
type-based method suggestions.

Basic support is actually not so basic and includes all the following features:

*Rich syntax highlighting (better than anything else I've seen so far for D);
*A large collection of Source Snippets, many contributed by members of this
forum.
*File templates for common D constructs.
*Detection of errors and warnings from the D compiler, so you can jump to them
with one click.
*All the language-agnostic features of UNA, including seamless version control,
text-based auto-
complete, regular expression search & replace, instant searches, incremental
search, block editing, and
so forth.

The solo coding edition of UNA is 100% free, so grab your copy from
http://www.n-brain.net.

Suggested improvements to syntax highlighting, source snippets, and file
templates are all welcome.

Regards,

John
Jul 11 2008
next sibling parent reply JAnderson <ask me.com> writes:
John A. De Goes wrote:
 I'm happy to announce that UNA now supports the D programming language.
 
 The current level of support is 'basic', unless you have the ctags patch
floating around the Internet,
 which enables the more advanced features like go-to-definition, structure
view, object hierarchy, and
 type-based method suggestions.
 
 Basic support is actually not so basic and includes all the following features:
 
 *Rich syntax highlighting (better than anything else I've seen so far for D);
 *A large collection of Source Snippets, many contributed by members of this
forum.
 *File templates for common D constructs.
 *Detection of errors and warnings from the D compiler, so you can jump to them
with one click.
 *All the language-agnostic features of UNA, including seamless version
control, text-based auto-
 complete, regular expression search & replace, instant searches, incremental
search, block editing, and
 so forth.
 
 The solo coding edition of UNA is 100% free, so grab your copy from
http://www.n-brain.net.
 
 Suggested improvements to syntax highlighting, source snippets, and file
templates are all welcome.
 
 Regards,
 
 John

Sweet! Thanks John. -Joel
Jul 11 2008
parent John A. De Goes <john.withoutspam. n-brain.net> writes:
You're welcome, Joel. Be sure to e-mail me some feedback after you've had a
chance to play around.

Adding support for D to UNA was a personal pet project of mine (I'd love to see
D kill off C++).

Regards,

John
Jul 12 2008
prev sibling parent bobef <bobef nosmap-abv.bg> writes:
LOL this is something new for me. Multiplayer programming. The next thing will
be MMO :D. Seems like a very useful thing for team projects  though.

Regards,
bobef

John A. De Goes Wrote:

 I'm happy to announce that UNA now supports the D programming language.
 
 The current level of support is 'basic', unless you have the ctags patch
floating around the Internet,
 which enables the more advanced features like go-to-definition, structure
view, object hierarchy, and
 type-based method suggestions.
 
 Basic support is actually not so basic and includes all the following features:
 
 *Rich syntax highlighting (better than anything else I've seen so far for D);
 *A large collection of Source Snippets, many contributed by members of this
forum.
 *File templates for common D constructs.
 *Detection of errors and warnings from the D compiler, so you can jump to them
with one click.
 *All the language-agnostic features of UNA, including seamless version
control, text-based auto-
 complete, regular expression search & replace, instant searches, incremental
search, block editing, and
 so forth.
 
 The solo coding edition of UNA is 100% free, so grab your copy from
http://www.n-brain.net.
 
 Suggested improvements to syntax highlighting, source snippets, and file
templates are all welcome.
 
 Regards,
 
 John

Jul 13 2008