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09/13/08 18:56:20 (11 years ago)
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    33DSSS, the D Shared Software System, builds upon [wiki:Rebuild rebuild] and intends to create a standardized system for building, installing, configuring, acquiring and using D software, licensed as Free and Open Source Software under the MIT license: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php . One notable component of it is its net module, which provides an analogue to Perl's CPAN or Ruby's Gems for the D programming language. 
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    5 DSSS 0.77 has been released, and is available from http://svn.dsource.org/projects/dsss/downloads/0.77 . If you're using Windows and don't need support for net-installation, you can use the "light" binary to save some disk and bandwidth. 
     5DSSS 0.78 has been released, and is available from http://svn.dsource.org/projects/dsss/downloads/0.78 . If you're using Windows and don't need support for net-installation, you can use the "light" binary to save some disk and bandwidth. 
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    7 DSSS 0.77 works with the 1.0 and 2.0 releases of the D Language (and their corresponding releases of DMD 1.00 and GDC 0.21). It should be able to build software with the DMD 2.0 alpha releases, but has not been tested thoroughly. It cannot be built with DMD 2.0. 
     7DSSS 0.78 works with the 1.0 and 2.0 releases of the D Language (and their corresponding releases of DMD 1.00 and GDC 0.21). It should be able to build software with the DMD 2.0 alpha releases, but has not been tested thoroughly. It cannot be built with DMD 2.0. 
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    99Note on Tango: DSSS currently uses Phobos, and is only buildable against Phobos. I intend to create a Tango port of it. I will maintain both for a while, and then adjust depending on supply and demand. A version of DSSS compiled against Phobos can build Tango applications with no issues.