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reply marciof <marciof_member pathlink.com> writes:
Hi all,

When I try to compile the anexed file, which is in UTF-8 (with BOM signature)
format I get this error:

"utf8-hello.d: module utf8-hello has non-identifier characters in filename, use
module declaration instead"

Isn't the D compiler supposed to handle UTF formats?

Thanks,

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Marcio Faustino
Jan 17 2006
parent reply Oskar Linde <oskar.lindeREM OVEgmail.com> writes:
marciof wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 When I try to compile the anexed file, which is in UTF-8 (with BOM signature)
 format I get this error:
 
 "utf8-hello.d: module utf8-hello has non-identifier characters in filename, use
 module declaration instead"
 
 Isn't the D compiler supposed to handle UTF formats?

This has nothing to do with the file being UTF-8. Rename the file utf8_hello.d or add a module utf8_hello; at the beginning of the file. By default, D sets the module name to the same as the file name. Module names may not contain dashes. /Oskar
Jan 17 2006
parent marciof <marciof_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <dqih1n$11ni$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Oskar Linde says...
This has nothing to do with the file being UTF-8. Rename the file 
utf8_hello.d or add a module utf8_hello; at the beginning of the file.

By default, D sets the module name to the same as the file name. Module 
names may not contain dashes.

/Oskar

Thanks and sorry for my silly question :-)
Jan 17 2006