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reply Ant <duitoolkit yahoo.ca> writes:
$ dmd hw/HelloGL.d \
-I~/devel/D/DUI/src:~/devel/D/dool/src:~/dmd/src/phobos \
-c -od../obj -op
ty = 7
hw/HelloGL.d(19): no property 'setGLCapability' for type 'GLWidget'

well, there is a 'setGLCapability' on 'GLWidget'
and I used it before.

does 'ty = 7' mean something?
seems to be part of the compiler message

Ant
Aug 02 2004
next sibling parent reply Ant <duitoolkit yahoo.ca> writes:
On Mon, 02 Aug 2004 15:04:16 -0400, Ant wrote:

 $ dmd hw/HelloGL.d \
 -I~/devel/D/DUI/src:~/devel/D/dool/src:~/dmd/src/phobos \
 -c -od../obj -op
 ty = 7
 hw/HelloGL.d(19): no property 'setGLCapability' for type 'GLWidget'
 
 well, there is a 'setGLCapability' on 'GLWidget'
 and I used it before.
 
 does 'ty = 7' mean something?
 seems to be part of the compiler message
 
 Ant

work around: move the import to inside the class body. Of source this seems to be a special situation that is not defined. Ant
Aug 02 2004
parent reply "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
"Ant" <duitoolkit yahoo.ca> wrote in message
news:pan.2004.08.02.21.17.21.367085 yahoo.ca...
 On Mon, 02 Aug 2004 15:04:16 -0400, Ant wrote:

 $ dmd hw/HelloGL.d \
 -I~/devel/D/DUI/src:~/devel/D/dool/src:~/dmd/src/phobos \
 -c -od../obj -op
 ty = 7
 hw/HelloGL.d(19): no property 'setGLCapability' for type 'GLWidget'

 well, there is a 'setGLCapability' on 'GLWidget'
 and I used it before.

 does 'ty = 7' mean something?


It's some debug code, ignore it.
 seems to be part of the compiler message

 Ant

work around: move the import to inside the class body.

I strongly recommend against doing that. There must be a better solution than that.
Aug 25 2004
parent Ant <Ant_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <cghlhg$1v1g$2 digitaldaemon.com>, Walter says...
 Ant

work around: move the import to inside the class body.

I strongly recommend against doing that. There must be a better solution than that.

You know I can't do that, my projects wouldn't compile anymore. (I can't try 0.99 or 0.100 because of another bug) but either is supported or not. I'm not following all D recomendations. particularly the lower case module names. :p If you decide against support it please make sure the forward refs are really fixed (or I'll be at 0.98 for ever). but why shouldn't it be supported? On OO coding I'm going to use the imported symbols only on inside the body of the class (I don't know if it work for subclasses) so it makes perfect sence hat the import is declared inside the class body. People just aren't use to it. Java doesn't need this because (almost) nothing else goes outside class bodies. If you continue recomending against this I'll try to follow the recomendation :( (slowly) (I'm posting this on the D group also) Ant
Aug 25 2004
prev sibling parent reply "Ben Hinkle" <bhinkle mathworks.com> writes:
"Ant" <duitoolkit yahoo.ca> wrote in message
news:pan.2004.08.02.19.04.16.114678 yahoo.ca...
 $ dmd hw/HelloGL.d \
 -I~/devel/D/DUI/src:~/devel/D/dool/src:~/dmd/src/phobos \
 -c -od../obj -op
 ty = 7
 hw/HelloGL.d(19): no property 'setGLCapability' for type 'GLWidget'

 well, there is a 'setGLCapability' on 'GLWidget'
 and I used it before.

 does 'ty = 7' mean something?
 seems to be part of the compiler message

 Ant

is the code anywhere reachable?
Aug 25 2004
parent Ant <Ant_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <cgiaus$27e7$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Ben Hinkle says...
"Ant" <duitoolkit yahoo.ca> wrote in message
news:pan.2004.08.02.19.04.16.114678 yahoo.ca...
 $ dmd hw/HelloGL.d \
 -I~/devel/D/DUI/src:~/devel/D/dool/src:~/dmd/src/phobos \
 -c -od../obj -op
 ty = 7
 hw/HelloGL.d(19): no property 'setGLCapability' for type 'GLWidget'

 well, there is a 'setGLCapability' on 'GLWidget'
 and I used it before.

 does 'ty = 7' mean something?
 seems to be part of the compiler message

 Ant

is the code anywhere reachable?

? I'm not sure I understant but here it is: sure, because moving the import declaration to inside the body of the class solve the problem. Ant

Aug 25 2004