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reply Andy Little <andy servocomm.freeserve.co.uk> writes:
Cant get hello.d to build:

Directory setup

dmd.zip --> C:/digital_mars/dmd

e.g dmd/dmd/bin --> C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin

dmc.zip --> C:/digital_mars/dmc

e.g dmc/dmc/bin --> C:/digital_mars/dmc/dm.bin


Put hello.d in 

D:/projects/dmd/hello.d

from D:/projects/dmd

create batch file setting up PatH:

"
set PATH=C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/bin
"

from D:/projects/dmd, (After running path setup batch file) On running command

D:\Projects\dmd>dmd hello.d
C:\digital_mars\dmd\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe hello,,,user32+kernel32/noi;
Can't run 'C:\digital_mars\dmd\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe', check PATH

D:\Projects\dmd>

 (Object file hello.obj Is created ) in D:/projects/dmd/

linker is found :

D:\Projects\dmd>link
OPTLINK (R) for Win32  Release 7.50B1
Copyright (C) Digital Mars 1989 - 2001  All Rights Reserved

OPTLINK : Warning 23: No Stack
OPTLINK : Warning 134: No Start Address

What's the problem?
regards
Andy Little
Mar 03 2007
next sibling parent "Tiberiu Gal" <galtiberiu.backspace gmail.com> writes:
do you have a main function in your hello.d ?

void main()
{
	printf("hello world");
}

... because you need one :)

On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 14:42:49 +0200, Andy Little  =

<andy servocomm.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:

 Cant get hello.d to build:

 Directory setup

 dmd.zip --> C:/digital_mars/dmd

 e.g dmd/dmd/bin --> C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin

 dmc.zip --> C:/digital_mars/dmc

 e.g dmc/dmc/bin --> C:/digital_mars/dmc/dm.bin


 Put hello.d in

 D:/projects/dmd/hello.d

 from D:/projects/dmd

 create batch file setting up PatH:

 "
 set  =

 PATH=3DC:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/bin;c:/digit=

 "

 from D:/projects/dmd, (After running path setup batch file) On running=

 command

 D:\Projects\dmd>dmd hello.d
 C:\digital_mars\dmd\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe  =

 hello,,,user32+kernel32/noi;
 Can't run 'C:\digital_mars\dmd\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe', check P=

 D:\Projects\dmd>

  (Object file hello.obj Is created ) in D:/projects/dmd/

 linker is found :

 D:\Projects\dmd>link
 OPTLINK (R) for Win32  Release 7.50B1
 Copyright (C) Digital Mars 1989 - 2001  All Rights Reserved

 OPTLINK : Warning 23: No Stack
 OPTLINK : Warning 134: No Start Address

 What's the problem?
 regards
 Andy Little

-- = Tiberiu Gal
Mar 03 2007
prev sibling parent reply Frits van Bommel <fvbommel REMwOVExCAPSs.nl> writes:
Andy Little wrote:
 Cant get hello.d to build:
 
 Directory setup
 
 dmd.zip --> C:/digital_mars/dmd
 
 e.g dmd/dmd/bin --> C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin
 
 dmc.zip --> C:/digital_mars/dmc
 
 e.g dmc/dmc/bin --> C:/digital_mars/dmc/dm.bin

 D:\Projects\dmd>dmd hello.d
 C:\digital_mars\dmd\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe hello,,,user32+kernel32/noi;
 Can't run 'C:\digital_mars\dmd\dmd\bin\..\..\dm\bin\link.exe', check PATH

Try unzipping both zip files directly to c:/digital_mars. IIRC both have a directory 'dm', but don't contain any conflicting files. Alternatively, edit your PATH environment variable to contain "c:\digital_mars\dmc\dmd\bin", or edit your sc.ini file to contain the lines: --- [Environment] LINKCMD="c:\digital_mars\dmc\dm\bin\link" --- (dmd looks for sc.ini in the current working directory, the directory specified by the HOME environment variable, and the directory dmd.exe is in -- in that order)
Mar 03 2007
parent reply Andy Little <andy servocomm.freeserve.co.uk> writes:
Frits van Bommel Wrote:

 Andy Little wrote:
 Cant get hello.d to build:


 Try unzipping both zip files directly to c:/digital_mars. IIRC both have 
 a directory 'dm', but don't contain any conflicting files.

Well. I've got a C:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/bin/( make.exe | lib.exe) and a C:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/bin(make.exe | lib.exe) FWIW I also have a C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin/make.exe. And the c and d ones seem to be different.
 Alternatively, edit your PATH environment variable to contain 
 "c:\digital_mars\dmc\dmd\bin",

Well, I have put that in the PATH in the batch file --> at the end.
 or edit your sc.ini file to contain the 
 lines:
 ---
 [Environment]
 LINKCMD="c:\digital_mars\dmc\dm\bin\link"

Tried this but no change in the error message... I have however found that if I execute link separately it builds OK. e.g ( batch file) " set PATH=C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/bin set LIB=C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/lib;c:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/lib;c:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/lib dmd -c hello.d link hello " I guess I'll have to live with that for the moment. Thanks for the replies. Regards Andy Little
Mar 03 2007
parent reply Bradley Smith <digitalmars-com baysmith.com> writes:
Andy Little wrote:
 Frits van Bommel Wrote:
 
 Andy Little wrote:
 Cant get hello.d to build:


 Try unzipping both zip files directly to c:/digital_mars. IIRC both have 
 a directory 'dm', but don't contain any conflicting files.

Well. I've got a C:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/bin/( make.exe | lib.exe) and a C:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/bin(make.exe | lib.exe) FWIW I also have a C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin/make.exe. And the c and d ones seem to be different.
 Alternatively, edit your PATH environment variable to contain 
 "c:\digital_mars\dmc\dmd\bin",

Well, I have put that in the PATH in the batch file --> at the end.
 or edit your sc.ini file to contain the 
 lines:
 ---
 [Environment]
 LINKCMD="c:\digital_mars\dmc\dm\bin\link"

Tried this but no change in the error message... I have however found that if I execute link separately it builds OK. e.g ( batch file) " set PATH=C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/bin;c:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/bin set LIB=C:/digital_mars/dmd/dmd/lib;c:/digital_mars/dmd/dm/lib;c:/digital_mars/dmc/dm/lib dmd -c hello.d link hello " I guess I'll have to live with that for the moment. Thanks for the replies. Regards Andy Little

LINKCMD=c:\digital_mars\dmc\dm\bin\link.exe No quotes.
Mar 04 2007
parent Andy Little <andy servocomm.freeserve.co.uk> writes:
Bradley Smith Wrote:

<...>

 Try
 
 LINKCMD=c:\digital_mars\dmc\dm\bin\link.exe
 
 No quotes.

That worked... Thanks ! regards Andy Little
Mar 04 2007