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  1. Benchmarks compilation speeds of different combinations of languages and compilers.

    Python 63 11

  2. Various generic reusable D code.

    D 23 3

  3. dmd Public

    Forked from dlang/dmd

    dmd D Programming Language compiler

    D 1

  4. phobos Public

    Forked from dlang/phobos

    The standard library of the D programming language

    D 1

  5. Forked from flycheck/flycheck-d-unittest

    This library adds D unittest support to flycheck.

    Emacs Lisp

  6. Forked from atilaneves/flycheck-dmd-dub

    elisp to read package.json from dub and add syntax highlighting that resolves dependencies

    Emacs Lisp

Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 5 repositories

Created a pull request in dlang/dmd that received 37 comments

Draft: Diagnose aggregate padding using new -vpadding

Got an idea for a small but potentially useful diagnostics for detecting wasted memory, @maxhaton. :) dmd -vpadding -vcolumns -c -o- main.d where m…

+26 −7 37 comments
Reviewed 6 pull requests in 5 repositories
dlang/phobos 2 pull requests
dlang/DIPs 1 pull request
symmetryinvestments/concurrency 1 pull request
dlang-community/DCD 1 pull request
dlang/dmd 1 pull request

Created an issue in CyberShadow/DustMite that received 4 comments

Initial hang before reduction

When calling dustmite --reduce-only **/master.selections.json ROOT COMMAND. where ROOT is of size 1.2 GB I get initial hang after all the printings of

Opened 5 other issues in 5 repositories
flycheck/flycheck 1 open
andrey-zherikov/argparse 1 open
symmetryinvestments/concurrency 1 open
emacs-tree-sitter/tree-sitter-langs 1 open
CyberShadow/tree-sitter-d 1 open

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