LDC 0.9.2 released

A new version of LDC, the LLVM based compiler for the D programming language has been released. It is built with DMDFE version 1.057 and LLVM 2.6. The runtime library has been upgraded to Tango 0.99.9.

In addition to up-to-date dependencies, this release incorporates a wealth of fixes and improvements by Benjamin Kramer, Frits van Bommel, Kelly Wilson, Leandro Lucarella, Matti Niemenmaa, Moritz Warning, Robert Clipsham, Tomas Lindquist Olsen and me.

Linux x86-64 download

Comments 2

  1. Zyx wrote:

    Will the development of LDC be continued? This is the project I need to switch to D – a good, reliable compiler that not only “is”, but also notices the existence of such things, as 64-bit platforms + a good standard library on board. It’s quite sad that nothing has happened in the repository for the last months…

    Posted 07 Oct 2010 at 23:27
  2. Christian wrote:

    While I’m no longer actively contributing to LDC, it’s not totally abandoned. The repository has moved though: http://bitbucket.org/lindquist/ldc

    Posted 08 Oct 2010 at 15:51

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