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    Rulada

    The Universal library set for the D compiler DMD version 1

    It is a set of libraries and tools used with D compiler DMD Version 1 for Windows only. It consists of new runtime permitting to use Tango and Phobos libs simultaneously. It is mainly for use with another project (Dinrus, http://sourceforge.net/projects/dinrus) as an auxiliary tool for producing new modules and libraries. But it's still useful with D1(http://dprogramming.org) as it is a revision and a kind of summary for all previously written D1 codes. Find difference!

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