Free D Compilers and Interpreters

Free Compilers and Interpreters for the D Programming Language

Free Compilers and Interpreters for the D Programming Language

Created by Digital Mars, the D programming language is a systems programming object-oriented language that has similarities with C and C++. It supports garbage collection, function overloading, nested functions, typesafe variadic arguments, resizeable arrays, built-in strings, strong typedefs, array bounds checking, operator overloading, classes, covariant return types, inline assembly, lightweight objects, class and functiont templates, contract programming, automatic destructors, etc.

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LDC - LLVM D Compiler

LDC is a D compiler that runs on Linux. (There are plans to support other systems as well.) It is currently under development, although it is already able to compile a lot of D code. For those mystified by the acronyms used on their site, DMD stands for "Digital Mars D" and refers to the original D compiler listed elsewhere on this page, and LLVM is "Low Level Virtual Machine", a method for creating (hopefully) better optimizations in the compiler.

Digital Mars D Compiler

Digital Mars, owned by Walter Bright, the creator of the D programming language, has D compilers for Windows and Linux. The front end to the compiler is open source. Note that this site is also the definitive source of information on the D programming language.

GDC - GNU D Compiler

The GNU D compiler supports Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Windows (via Cygwin or MinGW), AIX and SkyOS.

d Interpreter

This is a d interpreter for Windows. I have not checked, but a cursory glance at their site makes me think that the interpreter does not implement the same D language as the other compilers listed on this page. That is, I suspect that the author simply made a C-like language and called it "d".

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