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digitalmars.D.announce - mtext 2.0 release (dstring)

reply "Chris Miller" <chris dprogramming.com> writes:
The mtext module contains the mstring Unicode string structure, which  
stores strings in a format that is easiest to index, slice, and access  
UTF-32 (dchar) code points, as well as attempts to be space efficient.

Download and more information: http://www.dprogramming.com/mtext.php
Documentation: http://www.dprogramming.com/docs/mtext/mtext.html

mtext, previously known as dstring, adds the following in version 2.0:
  * support for both Phobos and Tango;
  * allocators, allowing more control over memory usage, especially when  
the garbage collector is not desired;
  * updated the code to work better with modern D compilers, such as using  
opAssign;
  * and made name changes to work better with D's standard string and  
dstring types.

- Chris Miller (the original)
Mar 16 2008
parent "Jarrett Billingsley" <kb3ctd2 yahoo.com> writes:
"Chris Miller" <chris dprogramming.com> wrote in message 
news:op.t73zerycpo9bzi chrisxp...
 The mtext module contains the mstring Unicode string structure, which 
 stores strings in a format that is easiest to index, slice, and access 
 UTF-32 (dchar) code points, as well as attempts to be space efficient.

 Download and more information: http://www.dprogramming.com/mtext.php
 Documentation: http://www.dprogramming.com/docs/mtext/mtext.html

 mtext, previously known as dstring, adds the following in version 2.0:
  * support for both Phobos and Tango;
  * allocators, allowing more control over memory usage, especially when 
 the garbage collector is not desired;
  * updated the code to work better with modern D compilers, such as using 
 opAssign;
  * and made name changes to work better with D's standard string and 
 dstring types.

Yay! I've been wanting to use this for MiniD2's string implementation.
 - Chris Miller (the original)

You could call yourself Chris "Chris Miller" Miller. Then everyone would know who you are.
Mar 16 2008