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reply Chris Miller <lordSaurontheGreat gmail.com> writes:
After a bit of a hiatus working on my site (another project management system
went kaput on me- not fun!) I finally got back to D.  To find a new compiler,
and a fresh release of just about everything.  So I got to work and made a new
DMD Snapshot.

It's up for download now at my site, now with a slightly different engine, but
for the better. http://www.fsdev.net/wiki/dmd-snapshots#Version0.4.0Windows

I hope someone finds it useful, but I really hope that it makes it easier for
people to start using and learning D!
Mar 21 2008
parent reply arnaud <arnaud.versini gmail.com> writes:
Chris Miller a écrit :
 After a bit of a hiatus working on my site (another project management system
went kaput on me- not fun!) I finally got back to D.  To find a new compiler,
and a fresh release of just about everything.  So I got to work and made a new
DMD Snapshot.
 
 It's up for download now at my site, now with a slightly different engine, but
for the better. http://www.fsdev.net/wiki/dmd-snapshots#Version0.4.0Windows
 
 I hope someone finds it useful, but I really hope that it makes it easier for
people to start using and learning D!

I've one problem with tango, if I import tango.text.RegEx, I've this error : object.Exception: Access Violation. When the module isn't imported, there isn't error. Any idea? Ps : import tango.io.Stdout; import tango.text.RegEx; int main(char[][] args) { Stdout.formatln ("Hello world!"); return 0; }
Mar 24 2008
parent reply Chris Miller <lordSaurontheGreat gmail.com> writes:
arnaud Wrote:

 Chris Miller a écrit :
 After a bit of a hiatus working on my site (another project management system
went kaput on me- not fun!) I finally got back to D.  To find a new compiler,
and a fresh release of just about everything.  So I got to work and made a new
DMD Snapshot.
 
 It's up for download now at my site, now with a slightly different engine, but
for the better. http://www.fsdev.net/wiki/dmd-snapshots#Version0.4.0Windows
 
 I hope someone finds it useful, but I really hope that it makes it easier for
people to start using and learning D!

I've one problem with tango, if I import tango.text.RegEx, I've this error : object.Exception: Access Violation. When the module isn't imported, there isn't error. Any idea? Ps : import tango.io.Stdout; import tango.text.RegEx; int main(char[][] args) { Stdout.formatln ("Hello world!"); return 0; }

Works for me. Are you running your command line as administrator if you're running in Vista? Well, no, I just ran it without administrator and it worked. Both dsss build and dmd. It sounds like some kind of security problem on your end. I'm running the exact snapshot I just released, and it works just fine for me. Perhaps you could navigate to \dmd\dmd\import and run dsss build just to ensure it builds Exception.d?
Mar 24 2008
parent arnaud <arnaud.versini gmail.com> writes:
Chris Miller a écrit :
 arnaud Wrote:
 
 Chris Miller a écrit :
 After a bit of a hiatus working on my site (another project management system
went kaput on me- not fun!) I finally got back to D.  To find a new compiler,
and a fresh release of just about everything.  So I got to work and made a new
DMD Snapshot.

 It's up for download now at my site, now with a slightly different engine, but
for the better. http://www.fsdev.net/wiki/dmd-snapshots#Version0.4.0Windows

 I hope someone finds it useful, but I really hope that it makes it easier for
people to start using and learning D!

error : object.Exception: Access Violation. When the module isn't imported, there isn't error. Any idea? Ps : import tango.io.Stdout; import tango.text.RegEx; int main(char[][] args) { Stdout.formatln ("Hello world!"); return 0; }

Works for me. Are you running your command line as administrator if you're running in Vista? Well, no, I just ran it without administrator and it worked. Both dsss build and dmd. It sounds like some kind of security problem on your end. I'm running the exact snapshot I just released, and it works just fine for me. Perhaps you could navigate to \dmd\dmd\import and run dsss build just to ensure it builds Exception.d?

Ok, the lib is not linked, thanks
Mar 25 2008