Full D IDE in the browser - something to pursue?
russhy.rsy at gmail.com
Wed Jan 12 16:48:52 UTC 2022
On Wednesday, 12 January 2022 at 10:02:10 UTC, Dennis wrote:
> On Wednesday, 12 January 2022 at 09:38:28 UTC, WebFreak001
>> well russhy did plenty of improvements to DCD
> That's great to hear! Btw, russhy, sorry for the implication
> that you weren't working on it. I'm genuinely curious what the
> barrier is for D users to implement the DCD features they want
> (I haven't looked much at the code myself).
>> I think it's mostly nobody reviewing them or having time for
>> it is delaying the contributions quite a bit.
> That's unfortunate. I started watching GitHub activity on the
> pinned dlang-community repos, intending to get more involved
it's ok, i'd have said the same if someone kept getting negative,
but i'm trying to do better
the main issue is the project is way too scattered away
everything has its own git repo, every project reference some
random version from each other
it makes implementing fix/feature that touches many repo at the
same time a pain to manage, and also i guess a pain for reviewers
i suggest the following:
- merge everything as a single entity in a single repo, and get
rid of dependencies we don't need (containers? we have std,
allocators? when will that get out of experimental?)
that'll be a start making the project easier to use and to
understand! contributor friendly!
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