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digitalmars.D.ide - Updated Mono-D and it's dub support absolutely rocks!

reply "Puming" <zhaopuming gmail.com> writes:
Hi,

I post this message to thank Alexander Bothe for his great work 
on mono-d.

This morning I updated mono-d to version 2.1.10, and suddenly 
found that all reference of my dub dependencies are now parsed 
and could be navigated! Dependent project code are also included 
in the solution space as a sub project, now I can easily view 
those code!

And from the last release, dub support has become much better, I 
can now set the dub command in the config and then just hit 
"build" or "run" button to build the project, and all error codes 
automatically show inline at their places! wonderful!

Thank you Alexander!

Also of cause I have to thank Sonke for his gorgeous dub system~~

Best Regards,

Puming
Jul 06 2014
parent reply "Colin" <grogan.colin gmail.com> writes:
On Monday, 7 July 2014 at 04:01:24 UTC, Puming wrote:
 Hi,

 I post this message to thank Alexander Bothe for his great work 
 on mono-d.

 This morning I updated mono-d to version 2.1.10, and suddenly 
 found that all reference of my dub dependencies are now parsed 
 and could be navigated! Dependent project code are also 
 included in the solution space as a sub project, now I can 
 easily view those code!

 And from the last release, dub support has become much better, 
 I can now set the dub command in the config and then just hit 
 "build" or "run" button to build the project, and all error 
 codes automatically show inline at their places! wonderful!

 Thank you Alexander!

 Also of cause I have to thank Sonke for his gorgeous dub 
 system~~

 Best Regards,

 Puming
Yeah, I started using mono-d, and I have to say that it's fantastic. Short of being a vim master, I feel this is the easiest way to develop in D. Mono-develops git integration is excellent aswell, it's all just so easy with it. Only thing I will say is how annoying the new mono-develop is to build on Ubuntu 14.04. Must go back to using Arch.
Aug 12 2014
parent reply simendsjo <simendsjo gmail.com> writes:
On 08/12/2014 03:03 PM, Colin wrote:
 On Monday, 7 July 2014 at 04:01:24 UTC, Puming wrote:
 Hi,

 I post this message to thank Alexander Bothe for his great work on
 mono-d.
(...)
 Yeah, I started using mono-d, and I have to say that it's fantastic.
 Short of being a vim master, I feel this is the easiest way to develop
 in D.
(...) I'm having great hopes in neovim. Maybe we can have our cake and eat it too! MonoDevelops vim mode is *way* too simplistic.
Aug 12 2014
parent reply "Kiith-Sa" <kiithsacmp gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 12 August 2014 at 13:25:35 UTC, simendsjo wrote:
 On 08/12/2014 03:03 PM, Colin wrote:
 On Monday, 7 July 2014 at 04:01:24 UTC, Puming wrote:
 Hi,

 I post this message to thank Alexander Bothe for his great 
 work on
 mono-d.
(...)
 Yeah, I started using mono-d, and I have to say that it's 
 fantastic.
 Short of being a vim master, I feel this is the easiest way to 
 develop
 in D.
(...) I'm having great hopes in neovim. Maybe we can have our cake and eat it too! MonoDevelops vim mode is *way* too simplistic.
I'd like to try making a D IDE that'd be just a thin shell over neovim + some plugins .. in D. With a non-vim mode for non-vim users. (on the other hand, I probably won't ever have the time to do that)
Aug 12 2014
parent simendsjo <simendsjo gmail.com> writes:
On 08/12/2014 05:43 PM, Kiith-Sa wrote:
 On Tuesday, 12 August 2014 at 13:25:35 UTC, simendsjo wrote:
 On 08/12/2014 03:03 PM, Colin wrote:
 On Monday, 7 July 2014 at 04:01:24 UTC, Puming wrote:
 Hi,

 I post this message to thank Alexander Bothe for his great work on
 mono-d.
(...)
 Yeah, I started using mono-d, and I have to say that it's fantastic.
 Short of being a vim master, I feel this is the easiest way to develop
 in D.
(...) I'm having great hopes in neovim. Maybe we can have our cake and eat it too! MonoDevelops vim mode is *way* too simplistic.
I'd like to try making a D IDE that'd be just a thin shell over neovim + some plugins .. in D. With a non-vim mode for non-vim users. (on the other hand, I probably won't ever have the time to do that)
The big thing I'm missing from coding C# in VS using CodeRush with Refactor! Pro is the amount of semantic understanding it has about the code. Using ViEmu, the experience is quite good. I would gladly spend quite a lot to get the same experience in D (Windows + VS + CodeRush + ViEmu isn't free either..)
Aug 12 2014