Getting Started with the Open Dylan Command Line Tools¶
In Open Dylan, you can develop Dylan applications using the IDE (on Windows) or command-line tools.
The compiler executable is called
dylan-compiler. There is a helper
make-dylan-app, which can be used to generate
some boilerplate for a new project, and finally there’s
which is a back-end for interactive development in Emacs. This
document describes these command-line tools.
For help getting started with the IDE on Windows, see the Getting Started with the Open Dylan IDE guide.
- Hello World
- Using Source Registries
- Adding New Libraries
- A Few More Quick Tips
- Using dylan-compiler interactively
- An example of dylan-environment interactive functionality
- Editor Support
- Dylan Interactor Mode for Emacs (DIME)
- Debugging with GDB or LLDB
- Notes for Windows Users
- Environment Variables
- Cross Compilation
- Platform Specific Projects