Welcome to the DDL Project
DDL stands for "D Dynamic Libraries" and as the name implies, provides dynamic library loading for the D Language. It can be used as a plugin architecture, a replacement for DLL files, an interface for dynamic reflection, or as a means for working with intermediate files.
The project is presently at the 1.2 Beta milestone, and is compatible with DMD 1.029 and Tango 0.99.6
Development seems to have stalled with Changeset 318 (r318), which was committed December 14, 2008.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Please see The FAQ if you are new to DDL and have any questions.
Check out the DDL Tutorial page to learn more about how to use DDL.
The DDL Reference is provided to help the experienced and inexperienced alike with DDL.
If you're a dsource.org user please visit the Guest Book and say hi!
Who is behind DDL? Take a look at the Contributors page and find out.
Downloads for DDL are available in the Downloads section.
Information about the DDL Community.