digitalmars.D.learn - Trying to compile sample from The D Programming Language book.
Junior <jeezusjr gmail.com> writes:
Hello, I am completely stuck on this error, any help would be appreciated... google was not helpful (too many useless matches for "D <error>"). I am trying to compile this: import std.string, std.algorithm, std.conv, std.ctype, std.regex, std.range, std.stdio; // blah blah blah auto words = split(sentence, regex("[ \t,.;:?]+")); // blah blah blah and two compilers (gdc, dmd) are giving me this error (output from gdc): main.d:34: Error: std.string.split at /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/4.5.1/../../../../include/d2/4.5.1/std/string.d:69 conflicts with std.regex.split(String) at /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/4.5.1/../../../../include/d2/4.5.1/std/regex.d:3096 And I am clueless. How can they conflict, it's the standard library. It must be in the usage of split. As this is the second or third example in chapter one, I have no clue what is going on. Thanks!
Apr 03 2011
Jesus Alvarez <jeezusjr gmail.com> writes:
I got it to compile adding std.regex to split to make it: auto words = std.regex.split (sentence, regex("[ \t,.;:?]+")); So now my question is, is this an error in the book? The errata doesn't mention anything about this section. Why do I have to prepend std.regex? Thanks!
Apr 03 2011