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reply Reklen <reklen mymaill.com> writes:
Is there a project to export D in .Net world? I see this
http://dnet.codeplex.com/
but it seems dead.
I don't think D could be a rival to C# but i'm sure it may be
interesting if it works in such enviroment.
Nov 09 2011
next sibling parent Trass3r <un known.com> writes:
Am 09.11.2011, 13:39 Uhr, schrieb Reklen <reklen mymaill.com>:

 Is there a project to export D in .Net world? I see this
 http://dnet.codeplex.com/
 but it seems dead.

Feel free to continue that project ;) Apart from that you are left with C interface dlls.
Nov 09 2011
prev sibling parent reply Kagamin <spam here.lot> writes:
Reklen Wrote:

 Is there a project to export D in .Net world? I see this
 http://dnet.codeplex.com/
 but it seems dead.
 I don't think D could be a rival to C# but i'm sure it may be
 interesting if it works in such enviroment.

AFAIK the author tried to preserve D string semantics which is incompatible with CLI string semantics, so it proved to be difficult to get it work.
Nov 09 2011
parent =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Alex_R=F8nne_Petersen?= <xtzgzorex gmail.com> writes:
On 09-11-2011 15:54, Kagamin wrote:
 Reklen Wrote:

 Is there a project to export D in .Net world? I see this
 http://dnet.codeplex.com/
 but it seems dead.
 I don't think D could be a rival to C# but i'm sure it may be
 interesting if it works in such enviroment.

AFAIK the author tried to preserve D string semantics which is incompatible with CLI string semantics, so it proved to be difficult to get it work.

He could have just used plain char[] arrays instead of System.String, though... - Alex
Nov 09 2011