DMD 2.076.0 Released

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The core D team is proud to announce that version 2.076.0 of DMD, the reference compiler for the D programming language, is ready for download. The two biggest highlights in this release are the new static foreach feature for improved generative and generic programming, and significantly enhanced C language integration making incremental conversion of C projects to D easy and profitable.

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The D Language Foundation’s Scholarship Program

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The D Language Foundation recently announced a new scholarship program aimed at EE and CS majors attending University “Politehnica” Bucharest (UPB). I contacted Andrei Alexandrescu for a few details on how the initiative came together, hoping for just enough tidbits of backstory to craft a blog post around. He obliged in a big way, turning … Continue reading The D Language Foundation’s Scholarship Program

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D in Games: Ethan Watson of Remedy Games Goes to GDC Europe

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At DConf 2013 at the Facebook HQ, Manu Evans, then of Remedy Games, gave a talk titled, “Using D Alongside a Game Engine” (follow the link for the slides and video). He talked about Remedy’s experience getting D to work with their existing C++ game engine. The D landscape was a bit different when they got underway … Continue reading D in Games: Ethan Watson of Remedy Games Goes to GDC Europe

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Core Team Update: Vladimir Panteleev

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When Walter Bright unleashed the first public release of DMD on the world, the whole release and maintenance process surrounding the language and the compiler was largely a one man show. Today, there are a number of regular contributors at every step of the process, but at the heart, in addition to Walter, are three core … Continue reading Core Team Update: Vladimir Panteleev

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Recent D Foundation Activities

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Welcome to the official D Blog! My name is Michael Parker. With the launching of The D Blog, I’ve been fortunate enough to land the role of Blog Author, which means I’ll be making most of the posts around here. This blog will become your source for DLang news, inside looks at projects in the D … Continue reading Recent D Foundation Activities

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