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digitalmars.D.ide - missing or corrupt object.d?

reply Christopher Wright <dhasenan gmail.com> writes:
Hey,
I have Tangobos, downloaded with dmd from the Tango site, and pointed 
descent at that copy of dmd and the associated imports directory. Being 
Tango-based, it doesn't have object.d; it instead has object.di. When I 
open anything with this compiler selected, it complains for every class 
definition: "Missing or corrupt object.d".

Why is this? How can I fix it?

Thanks!
Feb 15 2008
parent reply Ary Borenszweig <ary esperanto.org.ar> writes:
Christopher Wright escribió:
 Hey,
 I have Tangobos, downloaded with dmd from the Tango site, and pointed 
 descent at that copy of dmd and the associated imports directory. Being 
 Tango-based, it doesn't have object.d; it instead has object.di. When I 
 open anything with this compiler selected, it complains for every class 
 definition: "Missing or corrupt object.d".
 
 Why is this? How can I fix it?
 
 Thanks!

object.di will also do. Descent takes as "D files" files that end with ".d" or ".di". Could you check that "object.di" is located in the "(default package)" of Tangobos? That's expanding the Standard Library node, then again for the container, and again for the default package.
Feb 15 2008
parent reply Christopher Wright <dhasenan gmail.com> writes:
Ary Borenszweig wrote:
 object.di will also do. Descent takes as "D files" files that end with 
 ".d" or ".di". Could you check that "object.di" is located in the 
 "(default package)" of Tangobos? That's expanding the Standard Library 
 node, then again for the container, and again for the default package.

Ah, okay. The GUI didn't have a problem with me not specifying a standard library, so I missed that step. Thanks.
Feb 15 2008
parent reply Ary Borenszweig <ary esperanto.org.ar> writes:
Christopher Wright escribió:
 Ary Borenszweig wrote:
 object.di will also do. Descent takes as "D files" files that end with 
 ".d" or ".di". Could you check that "object.di" is located in the 
 "(default package)" of Tangobos? That's expanding the Standard Library 
 node, then again for the container, and again for the default package.

Ah, okay. The GUI didn't have a problem with me not specifying a standard library, so I missed that step. Thanks.

Ok, I decided to bold the "Configuring plugin" section in the wiki, and also add it as a final step in the installation of the plugin. We'll probably also change the error message to something more helpful in the next release.
Feb 15 2008
parent Christopher Wright <dhasenan gmail.com> writes:
Ary Borenszweig wrote:
 Ok, I decided to bold the "Configuring plugin" section in the wiki, and 
 also add it as a final step in the installation of the plugin. We'll 
 probably also change the error message to something more helpful in the 
 next release.

Bah. Next release, I'll build you a better idiot :)
Feb 15 2008