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Learning D by Michael Parker

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Editors and IDEs

Most programmers have a preferred text editor or integrated development environment. Take a look inside the D community and you'll find a variety of preferences. This has led to a number of volunteer efforts to add support for D syntax highlighting to existing editors, or plugins for existing IDEs that provide a complete D building and debugging environment. This section highlights some of the cross-platform options used in the D community, but it is by no means an exhaustive list. More options can be found at the DWiki.

Text editors

There are a number of text editors, both commercial and free, which support D syntax highlighting either natively or through community-driven plugins.

Vim and Emacs

Many D programmers come from the Linux ...

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