Can I use Dlang in Qt5 instead C++ for develop Android Apps?

Basile B. b2.temp at
Tue Apr 14 09:29:25 UTC 2020

On Tuesday, 14 April 2020 at 09:27:35 UTC, Basile B. wrote:
> On Tuesday, 14 April 2020 at 01:50:22 UTC, evilrat wrote:
>> On Monday, 13 April 2020 at 21:01:50 UTC, Baby Beaker wrote:
>>> I want develop Android apps using Qt5. But C++ is very hard. 
>>> I want to use Dlang becouse Dlang is very easy.
>> In theory nothing stops you from doing that. In practice 
>> however you have to deal with C++ anyway, how API matches ABI, 
>> and many more low level underlying things. You also need to 
>> know how your OS works.
>> Don't forget that you have to know the tools as well, dealing 
>> with Android means you will have to do cross-compilation. Must 
>> know how to use compilers, linkers and debuggers, and shell 
>> scripts as well as bonus.
>> Oh and don't forget that you have to make bindings to 
>> interface these 2 domains, and that requires knowledge of both 
>> D and C++.
>> So if you're too brave yet go ahead and try.
>> There was some Qt attempts such as this one 
>> But since the last release was in 2016 it is probably no 
>> longer compiles, and I have no idea if it supports Android.
> I agree. I think ABI compliance is an easy step but one will 
> have to take care to memory managment, that's the big thing OMO,

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