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digitalmars.D.ide - VisualD IDE for Windows Visual Studio

reply "Larry Luther" <larry.luther dolby.com> writes:
The IDE question has appeared multiple times.
If using Windows, my recommendation is VisualD for MS Visual Studio.
I've had difficulties with SlickEdit, D-IDE, and Eclipse plug ins.
VisualD:
  * All the features of typical C++ development and debugging.
  * Good editor
  * D 2.0 support
  * Single step debugging.
  * Breakpoints etc.
  * Examine variables while single stepping.
  * Pausing over variables reveals their value.
  * The only thing negative I've noticed is that the
    symbolic names of enum variables are not printed out.

Larry 
Jun 14 2010
next sibling parent "theambient" <tiabaldu gmail.com> writes:
yes, I really  liked it since I revealed it.
very good, simple and easy configurable ide

by the way you can mix project of different languages in solution!
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Ruslan Mullakhmetov

"Larry Luther" <larry.luther dolby.com> 
 The IDE question has appeared multiple times.
 If using Windows, my recommendation is VisualD for MS Visual Studio.
 I've had difficulties with SlickEdit, D-IDE, and Eclipse plug ins.
 VisualD:
  * All the features of typical C++ development and debugging.
  * Good editor
  * D 2.0 support
  * Single step debugging.
  * Breakpoints etc.
  * Examine variables while single stepping.
  * Pausing over variables reveals their value.
  * The only thing negative I've noticed is that the
    symbolic names of enum variables are not printed out.
 
 Larry 
 
 

Jun 16 2010
prev sibling parent reply Rainer Schuetze <r.sagitario gmx.de> writes:
Larry Luther wrote:
 The IDE question has appeared multiple times.
 If using Windows, my recommendation is VisualD for MS Visual Studio.
 I've had difficulties with SlickEdit, D-IDE, and Eclipse plug ins.
 VisualD:
   * All the features of typical C++ development and debugging.
   * Good editor
   * D 2.0 support
   * Single step debugging.
   * Breakpoints etc.
   * Examine variables while single stepping.
   * Pausing over variables reveals their value.

Thanks for promoting Visual D :-)
   * The only thing negative I've noticed is that the
     symbolic names of enum variables are not printed out.

I've been looking into it: even though the enum type is specified in the debug info, the variables type information is lost somewhere in the code generation stages of DMD. I'm trying to create a patch... Rainer
Jun 17 2010
parent "Patrick Kreft" <patrick.kreft gmx.net> writes:
I hope that code completion get some improvement ;)
Jun 22 2010