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reply radon7 <radon7 gmail.com> writes:
Hello. How do you import a file that is in an adjacent folder that you wrote
yourself, C's equivalent to #include "../folder/file"?  I can get import to
work for files in the same directory but not anything in higher or adjacent
directories.
Apr 16 2010
next sibling parent Robert Clipsham <robert octarineparrot.com> writes:
On 16/04/10 17:35, radon7 wrote:
 Hello. How do you import a file that is in an adjacent folder that you wrote
 yourself, C's equivalent to #include "../folder/file"?  I can get import to
 work for files in the same directory but not anything in higher or adjacent
 directories.

This newsgroup isn't in use any more, see http://www.digitalmars.com/NewsGroup.html for a list of up-to-date newsgroups, this post belongs on digitalmars.D.learn :) In answer to your question, you use: ---- import folder.file; ---- Make sure to add -I../ to your command line when compiling if folder is in a parent directory :)
Apr 16 2010
prev sibling parent Dan McLeran <danmcleran yahoo.com> writes:
I have had this problem. The way I solved it was to pass the -I flag to the
compiler and pass in the path of the root-most dir of my source tree. If my
source
tree looked like:

c:\code\d\test
c:\code\d\test\sub1
c:\code\d\test\sub2

and a module in sub2 needed to import a module in sub1:

import sub1.somemod;

I would pass the compiler:

dmd -c -Ic:\code\d\test
Sep 01 2010