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Not yet available.


So far, in commit #2, can successfully parse the statistics API into an object. I'll update more as I get more of the API done (but for now, I need to go take a bike ride and enjoy the outdoors a bit).


Available under the MIT license.


Development branches available on Launchpad. I was going to put it on Github, since I know many more SO users use that -- but I was having some SSH issues that I didn't want to take the time to resolve.


It should run anywhere that D 1.0 with Tango can be compiled.


Just me (Mark Rushakoff) (so far!). Contact me through Launchpad if necessary, or post/comment here.


Written in D 1.0 with Tango, hoping to have no other dependencies. Code available on Launchpad as mentioned before. Check out the first part of the API that's been finished yet (Statistics.d) for a look at how elegant D's mixins can be.

Contributions certainly welcome, submit through Launchpad.

  • The message I get is "No command 'dmd' found." What exactly is dmd? May 31, 2010 at 1:24
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    @George: dmd is the Digital Mars D compiler. GDC should be equivalent, but I think it installs something like run-dmd.sh as a wrapper to translate the dmd arguments to GDC syntax. Even so, all that's going on in build.sh is compiling all *.d files with -unittest specified, then running the executable to verify the unit tests. The other option in the latest build is to do dmd -debug=statistics -run statistics.d which will download, parse, and print out information from /stats. May 31, 2010 at 3:07
  • @Mark: Ah, okay. That makes sense. May 31, 2010 at 5:08


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