D-lighted, I'm Sure
H. S. Teoh
hsteoh at quickfur.ath.cx
Fri Jan 18 18:48:00 UTC 2019
On Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 02:29:14PM +0000, Mike Parker via Digitalmars-d-announce wrote:
> The blog:
Very nice indeed! Welcome aboard, Ron!
And wow... 6502? That's what I grew up on too! I used to remember most
of the opcodes by heart... though nowadays that memory has mostly faded
away. The thought of it still evokes nostalgic feelings, though.
I'm also not a big fan of dub, but I'm in the minority around these
parts. Having grown up on makefiles and dealt with them in a large
project at my day job, I've developed a great distaste for them, and
nowadays the standard build tool I reach for is SCons. Though possibly
in the not-so-distant future I might start using something more scalable
like Tup, or Button, written by one of our very own D community members.
But for small projects, just plain ole dmd is Good Enough(tm) for me.
I won't bore you with my boring editor, vim (with no syntax highlighting
-- yes I've been told I'm crazy, and in fact I agree -- just plain ole
text, with little things like autoindenting, no fancy IDE features --
Linux is my IDE, the whole of it :-P). Vim users seem to out in force
around these parts for some reason, besides the people clamoring for a
"proper" IDE, but I suspect I'm the only one who deliberately turns
*off* syntax highlighting, and indeed, any sort of color output from dmd
or any other tools (I find it distracting). So don't pay too much heed
to what I say, at least on this subject. :-D
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