Visual D is a Visual Studio package providing both project management and language services. It works with Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013 as well as the free Visual Studio Shells. See the Installation instructions, especially if not using a commercial edition of Visual Studio.
Visual D aims at providing seamless integration of the D programming language into Visual Studio.
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2013-11-02 Version 0.3.37
- Installer now supports VS 2013, updated to cv2pdb 0.27, mago 0.8, fixes x64 deubgger in VS 2012 Shell
- improvements to "Compile and Run"
- improvements to syntax/coverage highlighting
- DParser engine now used by default, updated to recent version
- single file options now available per project configuration
- added global option to display the reason for building a target
- added different options for executable and library search paths to be used for Win32/x64
- link dependencies can now also be monitored for the 32-bit MS linker
- added commands "Collapse unittests" and "Collapse disabled" to the outlining menu
- updated to new features of the language and tooling as of dmd 2.062
- basic LDC support
- added new option pages for DMD/GDC/LDC directories
- DParser by Alexander Bothe https://github.com/aBothe/D_Parser integrated as an alternative semantic engine
- added command "Compile and Run" to execute current text buffer or selection via rdmd
- added option "Colorize coverage from .LST file" to highlight lines from code coverage output