[see also the Windows or the GNU/Linux versions]
Project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gdcmac/ (Bug Reports, Feature Requests, etc)
D is a general purpose systems and applications programming language.
The D programming language is a higher level language than C++, but retains the ability to write high performance code and interface directly with the operating system API's and with hardware. D is not a scripting language, nor an interpreted language.
The Digital Mars D Compiler (DMD), is also available for various systems
DMD by Digital Mars, see http://www.digitalmars.com/d/
The official D "reference" compiler, DMD, is based on the same back-end as the Digital Mars C/C++ compiler for Windows. The GDC compiler was made by adapting the DMD frontend source code, to work with the regular GCC backend.
The GCC D Compiler (GDC) is based on the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)
GDC by David Friedman, see http://dgcc.sourceforge.net/
You can run programs created with GDC on any Mac OS X machine (no special run-time libraries required) It is also possible to link with programs created by the Apple versions of the GCC C Compiler (gcc) and the GCC C++ Compiler (g++).
Please note: The D Programming Language version 1 will be discontinued effective December 31, 2012.
For the latest language development, see: dlang.org
There will be no support for GCC versions older than
For the latest compiler development, see: gdcproject.org
Download GDC r229 for MinGW, based on DMD 1.030 and released in June 2008:
GDC r229 for Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) based on Apple GCC 4.2 (5465) - 15.1 MB
GDC r229 for Tiger (Mac OS X 10.4) based on MinGW GCC 4.0 (5363) - 12.6 MB
You need to have regular Xcode Tools already installed, in order to use this GDC package. See also GDC with Xcode for how to use the Xcode IDE with D language. Or do you need some additional help, Getting Started with GDC ? If you don't like Installers, tarballs (and source code) are available too
d-xcode-support.zip (basic support files for Xcode 1.x) - 14 KB
D file and language specifications as well as a icon, for use with the Xcode IDE
Simple codeless syntax coloring language module for TextWrangler and BBEdit
GDC is Free Software, released under the GNU General Public License (GPL)
Free Software grants you four basic freedoms: (see also the License Agreement)
Mac OS X packaging of GDC was done by Anders F Björklund <email@example.com>