Revised D Language Front-End For GCC Submitted
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 2 October 2017 at 06:15 AM EDT. 11 Comments
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D language support will be added to GCC and today the third revision to these patches have been published.

The D front-end is close to one million lines of code and this front-end is now getting close to merging with today's v3 patches that address feedback raised by GCC developers during the previous patch review process.

These latest patches also update the D run-time library against the newest v2.076 release. These latest patches for the D front-end amount to 848k lines of code.

More details via this patch series.
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