Opinion of February 2012

Zachary Lund admin at computerquip.com
Sat Feb 4 01:08:42 PST 2012

On 02/04/2012 03:02 AM, Jesse Phillips wrote:
> On Saturday, 4 February 2012 at 07:00:53 UTC, James Miller wrote:
>> no point sticking
>> to D1 now that support has been officially dropped.
> Will be dropped. It hasn't yet.
>> The community needs some organisation. Currently DSource is not
>> actually that useful, Trac is all about SVN, but D and most other
>> libraries use git/GitHub which makes for a clunky experience.
> GitHub is very new for the development history of D. Is it one year now?
>> If
>> D-Programming-Language.org had a projects section, it would make it
>> much easier to manage and make more sense, there is no direct link
>> from the official website to any centralized project repository, which
>> makes discovery a nightmare.
> There isn't a centralized projects repository. Dsource was, back in the
> day, but that obviously has had a falling out. There is working being
> done on a D "CPAN" called Orbit I believe. We'll see if the community
> does take it up.
> Progress is being made on most everything listed and has already been
> greatly improved in the last couple years.

CPAN for D would be amazing I think.

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