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Vladimir Panteleev edited this page Aug 31, 2019 · 5 revisions
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Article: Is D slim yet?


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    • TrenD did not yet sample these particular commits.
      Check back in a few hours or days.
    • TrenD failed to build these commits.
      This can happen because of a problem with D's source code at the time (missing files, broken makefiles, etc.), or simply because TrenD doesn't know how to build D's source code from that time.
    • The selected test failed to run for that version of the D source code.
      This can occur due to e.g. incompatibilities between Valgrind and something D used.

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