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    1 = The Library =  
    2 Tango is a cross-platform open-source software library, written in the D programming language for D programmers. It is structured as a cohesive and comprehensive library for general purpose usage, and is supported by a growing number of recognized D enthusiasts.  
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    4 As a team, we feel the availability of solid and extensive documentation represents a prime factor in library accessibility, and thus this project is as much about documentation production as it is about top-notch functionality. Grab a cup of tea and a sandwich, and read on:   
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    6 == Documentation Pages ==  
    7   
    8 The documentation for Tango consists of several parts:  
    9   
    10  * [wiki:Manual Reference Manual]  
    11  * [/projects/tango/docs/current Complete API Index]  
    12  * [wiki:Examples Examples] and [wiki:Tutorials Tutorials]   
    13  * [http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?LanguageSpecification/KeywordIndex D Keyword Index]  
    14  * [wiki:LibraryLicense License Agreement]   
    15  * [wiki:Features Feature List] 
    16  
    17 == Download == 
    18   
    19 Tango 0.99.4 Frank has been released. [wiki:Download Downloads] are available in source and binary form. See also  the [wiki:CommunityDownloads community downloads] page.  
    20  
    21 == Issues and Enhancements == 
    22  
    23 Tango uses a ticket-oriented system to track all issues, concerns, and enhancements. If you are a registered user, and logged in, you may create new tickets via the "New Ticket" button in the navigation-bar. Certain [wiki:ToolchainIssues toolchain issues] also affects Tango.  
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    25 For discussions on ideas for possible future additions and enhancements, go to the [wiki:IdeasAndEnhancements ideas and enhancements] page.   
    26  
    27 == Become a Rollicking Fellow ==  
    28   
    29 If you would like to participate in the development of Tango libraries, documentation, or online presence, please visit [wiki:contribute this] page. Fresh ideas and willing hands are always most welcome.  
    30   
    31  * [wiki:RollickingFellowsGuide Contributors Guide]  
    32   
    33 == Been using Phobos? ==  
    34   
    35 If you have code using Phobos, a migration effort will be necessary if you want to use Tango. Guides to how this can be achieved, and how to use both Tango and Phobos at the same time follows.  
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    37  * [wiki:PhobosTangoMigration How to migrate D code from Phobos to Tango] 
    38  * [wiki:PhobosTangoCooperation Installing Phobos and Tango Side by Side] 
    39  
    40 == Been using C++ std/boost? == 
    41  
    42  * [wiki:BoostTangoMigration Transitioning from C++ std/boost to Tango] 
    43  
    44 == Compatible Libraries == 
    45  
    46 A list of compatible [wiki:TangoUsers libraries and applications] using Tango.  
    47  
    48 == 0.99.4 Changes == 
    49  
    50 A list of changes in release [wiki:BreakingChanges994 0.99.4], some of which are breaking changes 
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