Digital Mars D

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Digital Mars D is an implementation of D. Other implementations of D.

The Digital Mars D compiler (a.k.a. DMD) is the official D compiler by Walter Bright of Digital Mars. The compiler front-end is licensed under both the Artistic License and the GNU GPL; the source code for the front-end is distributed along with the compiler binaries. The compiler back-end source code is available but not under an open source license.

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