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reply eburkitt gmail.com writes:
Not realizing that the library is prebuilt, I attempted to run make -f Win32.mak
in the dmdscript directory and got errors. They are (so far) all variations on
"xx member toString is not accessible". For example, run "dmd -I.. parse.d" and
see "parse.d(715):class dmdscript.parse.Parser member toString is not
accessible". I looked at line 715 of parse.d and can't see any reference to any
Parser.toString() on it.

Am I missing something? Should the source (DMDScript 1.06) be compilable? My dmd
version is 0.129.

Thanks.

-Evan
Aug 10 2005
next sibling parent Carlos Santander <csantander619 gmail.com> writes:
eburkitt gmail.com escribió:
 Not realizing that the library is prebuilt, I attempted to run make -f
Win32.mak
 in the dmdscript directory and got errors. They are (so far) all variations on
 "xx member toString is not accessible". For example, run "dmd -I.. parse.d" and
 see "parse.d(715):class dmdscript.parse.Parser member toString is not
 accessible". I looked at line 715 of parse.d and can't see any reference to any
 Parser.toString() on it.
 
 Am I missing something? Should the source (DMDScript 1.06) be compilable? My
dmd
 version is 0.129.
 
 Thanks.
 
 -Evan

Without checking too much, maybe since DMD 0.129 fixed access modifiers for structs, something might've screwed up. However, I can't find any private members anywhere in DMDScript. I'm not sure what's going on. -- Carlos Santander Bernal
Aug 11 2005
prev sibling parent reply "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
Sorry about the build break, I'll fix it in 0.130.
Aug 13 2005
parent reply Dan <Dan_member pathlink.com> writes:
Don't mean to pester, but what build is it now?  (iow: when will it compile?)

Next question:  Are you interested in some major contributions to DMDScript + D
string library functions?  I want to help out, but I really don't know where in
programming world I fit.  I know 27 programming languages and lots of
optimization stuff, and I've read the source to both DMDScript and Spidermonkey.

Sometimes I have difficulty staying focused, so I tend to think I'm better off
with people who care whether I get something done and giving me
positive/negative feedback.

Next question: if I contribute enough, do I get any sort of commission or
compensation?  Just curious if this might be a good place for me to help.

Dan (contact info in post header)
Oct 16 2005
parent Dan <Dan_member pathlink.com> writes:
:p  20 seconds later I stumble upon the changelog and lo and behold, the current
build number.  Anyways...
Oct 16 2005