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digitalmars.D.announce - new dmdfe for version 1.026

reply Mark Mohr <markm11 charter.net> writes:
Go to http://webpages.charter.net/mohr989/ to get it.
Jan 21 2008
next sibling parent reply Tomas Lindquist Olsen <tomas famolsen.dk> writes:
Mark Mohr wrote:
 Go to http://webpages.charter.net/mohr989/ to get it.

Maybe you should ask boorad about getting access to the dmdfe dsource project. If you intend to merge the dmd frontend on every release, the change history would be easily browsable in the TRAC environment. And it's really just a dead project as it is now. Doesn't look like Ben Hinkle is coming back.
Jan 21 2008
parent reply Mark Mohr <markm11 charter.net> writes:
Thanks for the suggestion Tomas,

I contacted them at dsource and will sync it up once I get access.

Tomas Lindquist Olsen Wrote:

 Mark Mohr wrote:
 Go to http://webpages.charter.net/mohr989/ to get it.

Maybe you should ask boorad about getting access to the dmdfe dsource project. If you intend to merge the dmd frontend on every release, the change history would be easily browsable in the TRAC environment. And it's really just a dead project as it is now. Doesn't look like Ben Hinkle is coming back.

Jan 22 2008
parent Mark Mohr <markm11 charter.net> writes:
OK dmdfe is back and alive on dsource.org

Just committed all the changes.

Mark Mohr Wrote:

 Thanks for the suggestion Tomas,
 
 I contacted them at dsource and will sync it up once I get access.
 
 Tomas Lindquist Olsen Wrote:
 
 Mark Mohr wrote:
 Go to http://webpages.charter.net/mohr989/ to get it.

Maybe you should ask boorad about getting access to the dmdfe dsource project. If you intend to merge the dmd frontend on every release, the change history would be easily browsable in the TRAC environment. And it's really just a dead project as it is now. Doesn't look like Ben Hinkle is coming back.


Jan 23 2008
prev sibling parent Georg Wrede <georg nospam.org> writes:
Mark Mohr wrote:
 Go to http://webpages.charter.net/mohr989/ to get it.

Posts like this on the announcement newsgroup serve little purpose. You can't possibly require all readers here to remember every project by its short name. Hence, /what dmdfe is or purports to achieve/ has to be included in the message text. Even better would be to include it in the subject line, if at all possible. For example: DMD Front End (dmdfe) for DMD 1.026 out now Dmdfe is a blablalblalblablalb intended for blalblalblalab. Please find introduction at http://blalbal.url Please find documentation at http://blalbal.url Please find download at http://blalbal.url This update is mainly about blabllabllalblalblablalblalblalbab. Incidentally, the one who loses most is you yourself, if the announcement post is lacking.
Jan 24 2008