Linux & DMD & GtkD
rontarrant at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 16:28:09 UTC 2019
On Saturday, 16 February 2019 at 14:29:56 UTC, Russel Winder
> Pass, sorry.
Thanks for the replies, guys...
I quoted the above line because it's just about the only thing I
understood. Let me explain...
It's been almost 20 years since I used Linux and my notes are
long gone. A ton of things have changed. Like, for instance, it
found all my hardware this time, without me getting involved. But
also the software installation managers and lots of other things
are completely unrecognizable. On top of that, my brain has
(unfortunately) been molded into the Windows/Microsoft way of
I guess what I'm hoping for is a step-by-step,
full-on-hand-holding, large-print with pictures tutorial for how
to get GtkD and (I guess) dub working. I know the stuff you wrote
is probably helpful, but I'm not well-enough versed in Linux or
any flavour of UNIX ATM to understand it, pick which option I
should use, and to put these commands in proper order.
So far, as I said, dmd is working. Up until now, I've avoided dub
because, with so many code examples (more than 70 at present) dub
would bring in a lot of file/directory clutter.
But you're saying that dub will make it easier to keep up with
future changes/updates in all the various bits and bobs, so if
that means I finally have to do dub, perhaps someone could point
me at a good tutorial for that?
Sorry if I sound ungrateful or cranky, but I have a lot on my
plate ATM and I'm getting frustrated.
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