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D - Make replacement

reply Juarez Rudsatz <juarez nowhere.com> writes:
    	If D replaces C++, what will replace make ?

    	Take a look in Cook :

http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~millerp/cook/cook.html

J.
Jul 30 2002
parent reply Jonathan Andrew <jon ece.arizona.edu> writes:
I was under the impression that the D compiler would go seek out all the

imported .d files and compile them as necessary, I hope so, because make

stinks.

-Jon
Jul 30 2002
parent "Martin M. Pedersen" <mmp www.moeller-pedersen.dk> writes:
Hi,

"Jonathan Andrew" <jon ece.arizona.edu> wrote in message
news:3D470D4F.AEB1C20D ece.arizona.edu...
 I was under the impression that the D compiler would go seek out all the
 imported .d files and compile them as necessary, I hope so, because make
 stinks.

Make is commonly used for variaty of tasks beyond compiling source codes, so this does not help much. But I expect that this feature of dmd may cause problems compiling different modules with different compiler options (version, debug, unittest, optimization...). I haven't had the problem yet, so I cannot tell for sure. Regards, Martin M. Pedersen
Aug 01 2002