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Learning D by Michael Parker

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Tools and utilities

Throughout the book we've been using DMD to compile examples and DUB to manage the MovieMan project. Now it's time to look at some additional tools that can be part of a productive D workflow. The first tool on the list, though, is actually DMD. We're going to take a look at some of the compiler options that can be helpful during the development of D programs.

DMD

Thus far, we haven't used many options when compiling D programs, but there are quite a few of them. As demonstrated in Chapter 1, How to Get a D in Programming, the list of compiler options can be displayed by invoking DMD with no command-line options. Each option is accompanied by a brief description of what it does. Here are a few of those that you may find most ...

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