New BSD licensed debugger
julian at elischer.org
Fri Aug 28 22:27:24 UTC 2009
Doug Rabson wrote:
> On 28 Aug 2009, at 21:34, Julien Laffaye wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 9:23 PM, Doug Rabson<dfr at rabson.org> wrote:
>>> Personally, I use LDC
>>> which is a D front end to LLVM but that doesn't build out-of-the box
>>> (I have
>>> a private hacked version of LDC and some associated libraries).
>> Can you put the patchs somewhere ? Im also interested in
>> compiling/using LDC on FreeBSD.
>> Have you considered to submit them upstream?
> I will certainly submit patches to the LDC guys in due course. This
> really is my preferred compiler - its free, open source and actively
> maintained. Having said that DMD will work for anyone that just wants to
> play with the debugger.
>> Your debugger looks promising, I'll test it when I can use a decent D
>> compiler (LDC)
> D support in the debugger is fair - I have good support for D dynamic
> arrays and some for associative arrays.
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so can one link 'D' stuff easily with current C code? I'm guessing yes
but I've learned to not take things for granted.
For example can one link with the X libs or qt or whatever
to do graphical stuff?
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