If you're looking at this project, I assume it is because of the promise 
of working grammars for D1 and D2. I haven't touched this project or the d 
programming language in a while, so they might be a little out of date, but
as of approximately summer 2010, they were to the best of my knowledge
working well.

These grammars require the netbeans fork of antlr2; for your convenience, it
is provided in cnd.antlr.zip, as downloading the netbeans sources takes forever.

For building the grammars, have a look in the makefile, as even though this is
a netbeans project, I never bothered to figure out how to incorporate it into 

For running the grammars, my favorite technique is using the clojure wrappers
(note the clojure bash script). Maybe modify the script to make it work for 
you. Run the script; it starts a repl; following commands parses a file and 
prints out the ast:

(use 'org.d.compiler.ast-utils)
(use 'org.d.compiler.visitor)

(fparse2 "yerfile.d")
(dump-ast *1)

Feel free to poke around in the source code, but keep in mind there are several
years' worth of cruft and numerous layers of restarted attempts at writing
a d compiler. The clojure code is the most recent (and furthest developed) 
attempt; most of the java code is obsolete. Also keep in mind that 
Formatter.java is the main reason I never released this code sooner. Please be