digitalmars.D - Beeflang - open source performance-oriented compiled programming
aurel <aurelw.wiz gmail.com> writes:
https://forum.dlang.org/post/oxugnfgruicsfnbvlxwe forum.dlang.org On Sunday, 12 January 2020 at 04:39:32 UTC, Chris Katko wrote:There is zero chance I'd use a language younger than 10 years old for a game. - No toolchain - No bugs discovered by an active community - No community, tutorials - No 3rd party libraries - No proof-by-fire that the language doesn't have a huge, project breaking "gotcha" that will only be noticed by a really smart programmer - NO PROOF that the language developer will even be around in a few years. Dlang is at the cusp of the minimum I'd consider any viable game. Unless by "game" you mean like, a 1-3 month dev cycle that you don't support for years later and just throw on the Steam store and forget about.Hello guys.. I have read everything what you sayed...but one thing is not clear to me . How developer or author can expect anything because from where i download windows version i get error in installer on both win7 32bit and on win7 64bit? any ideas?
tsbockman <thomas.bockman gmail.com> writes:
On Thursday, 16 April 2020 at 12:29:10 UTC, aurel wrote:How developer or author can expect anything because from where i download windows version i get error in installer on both win7 32bit and on win7 64bit? any ideas?As a rule, no one can help you with a software error unless you provide more information than that. In particular, you will generally need to share at least one of the following: - The exact text of the error message. - The alphanumeric error code, if there is one. - A screenshot of the error message. - Any log file(s) generated by the failed software.win7 32bit and on win7 64bit?Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft and probably won't be supported by the D project for much longer, either. Why not upgrade to Windows 10? It's free: https://www.howtogeek.com/509087/how-to-upgrade-from-windows-7-to-windows-10-for-free/