MKoD - D Programming Language
Updated the MKoD D examples and WinCon zipfiles to D v0.160.
Both the MKoD D examples found in
"4. Install MKoD eXps" or the
"D/L D Code / Stuff" sections, and the WinCon example D code found within the
"Advanced DTutorials" section have been updated and tested with
Updated all the project sections to D v0.159.
Brought the Random Data, Finanicial,
Box-Xtras, and the support projects all up to
D v0.159. Also removed the link to bobef's akIDE from the
"Tools to use with D" section, since it no longer exist.
Updated the Variant datatype project to v0.57 - D v0.157.
Added variant wrapper functions for 15 of the new std.math functions, plus
I'm testing out using templates in some of the std.string functions like:
cmp(), icmp(), find(), ifind(), rfind, and irfind().
Updated the D Programming FAQ.
Added a couple of useful questions from the D forums that Walter answered.
Over the weekend I pulled down and played the "Tomb Raider Legend Demo," and I have
to say I was impressed on how well it ran on my now out dated GeForce3 Ti video card.
It had a little of everything one would expect in the
"Tomb Raider Series: Adventure, Action, and Puzzles." Check it out, the next time
you're relaxing and taking a small break from D programming...but not too long!
Updated the other project sections to D v0.150.
Brought the Random Data, Finanicial, Diva, Variant, and Box-Xtras projects all up to D v0.150.
Updated the "Support Project" sections to D v0.150.
Walter as added tons of changes and new stuff since the beginning of the year into the D compiler!
But amazingly the retested "Support Project" section code didn't need any changes done to them.
Updated the "Tools to use with D" section.
A couple of the D IDE links need to be updated, a few other as well.
Well, according to the Darian Calendar for Mars which this site uses...
today starts a "New Year" on the planet Mars!!
Let's hope to see a D v1.0 compiler before the next
Martian new year circles its way back around...which should give Walter almost another two Earth years to put out
a version one compiler. :))