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reply Michelle Long <HappyDance321 gmail.com> writes:
Trying to get dcompute to work... after a bunch of issues dealing 
with all the crap this is what I can't get past:

Error: unrecognized `pragma(LDC_intrinsic)

This is actually from the ldc.intrinsics file, which I had to 
rename from .di to d so it would be included in by VisualD.

I upgraded to latest LDC just before

LDC - the LLVM D compiler (1.14.0git-1bbda74):
   based on DMD v2.084.1 and LLVM 7.0.1


pragma(LDC_intrinsic, "llvm.returnaddress")
     void* llvm_returnaddress(uint level);


..\..\..\..\D\LDC\import\ldc\intrinsics.d(85): Error: 
unrecognized `pragma(LDC_intrinsic)`
Feb 27
parent reply Nicholas Wilson <iamthewilsonator hotmail.com> writes:
On Wednesday, 27 February 2019 at 22:56:14 UTC, Michelle Long 
wrote:
 Trying to get dcompute to work... after a bunch of issues 
 dealing with all the crap this is what I can't get past:

 Error: unrecognized `pragma(LDC_intrinsic)

 This is actually from the ldc.intrinsics file, which I had to 
 rename from .di to d so it would be included in by VisualD.

 I upgraded to latest LDC just before

 LDC - the LLVM D compiler (1.14.0git-1bbda74):
   based on DMD v2.084.1 and LLVM 7.0.1


 pragma(LDC_intrinsic, "llvm.returnaddress")
     void* llvm_returnaddress(uint level);


 ..\..\..\..\D\LDC\import\ldc\intrinsics.d(85): Error: 
 unrecognized `pragma(LDC_intrinsic)`
I've got no idea why that is the case, although I note that you shouldn't need to change intrinsics.di to intrinsics.d, as a .di it only needs to be on the include path which should already be the case for LDC.
Feb 27
parent reply Michelle Long <HappyDance321 gmail.com> writes:
On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 02:35:59 UTC, Nicholas Wilson 
wrote:
 On Wednesday, 27 February 2019 at 22:56:14 UTC, Michelle Long 
 wrote:
 Trying to get dcompute to work... after a bunch of issues 
 dealing with all the crap this is what I can't get past:

 Error: unrecognized `pragma(LDC_intrinsic)

 This is actually from the ldc.intrinsics file, which I had to 
 rename from .di to d so it would be included in by VisualD.

 I upgraded to latest LDC just before

 LDC - the LLVM D compiler (1.14.0git-1bbda74):
   based on DMD v2.084.1 and LLVM 7.0.1


 pragma(LDC_intrinsic, "llvm.returnaddress")
     void* llvm_returnaddress(uint level);


 ..\..\..\..\D\LDC\import\ldc\intrinsics.d(85): Error: 
 unrecognized `pragma(LDC_intrinsic)`
I've got no idea why that is the case, although I note that you shouldn't need to change intrinsics.di to intrinsics.d, as a .di it only needs to be on the include path which should already be the case for LDC.
I've included it in Visual D as di and it seems not to add it to the include line... Is it in any way possible that it being an di file would allow that? Seems that it is an LDC issue though but LDC has some usage of it I believe and it works fine. Could it be a LDC version? Or do I need to include something to make it work? Seems like it would be part of the compiler itself.
Feb 28
parent reply Nicholas Wilson <iamthewilsonator hotmail.com> writes:
On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 09:58:35 UTC, Michelle Long 
wrote:
 I've included it in Visual D as di and it seems not to add it 
 to the include line...

 Is it in any way possible that it being an di file would allow 
 that? Seems that it is an LDC issue though but LDC has some 
 usage of it I believe and it works fine.

 Could it be a LDC version? Or do I need to include something to 
 make it work? Seems like it would be part of the compiler 
 itself.
(I'm on cold and flu meds so apologies if this doesn't make sense) It should be on the atuoimport path of LDC as that file had others (https://github.com/ldc-developers/druntime/tree/ldc/src/ldc) are part of LDC's druntime which should be imported by ldc's .conf file, it won't show up on the command line unless you do something (... brain not working properly...). Irrespective of all that, the error comes from https://github.com/ldc-developers/ldc/blob/f5a5324773484447953746725ea455d2827e6004/dmd/dsymbolsem.d#L1862 which should never happen because this branch should be taken https://github.com/ldc-developers/ldc/blob/f5a5324773484447953746725ea455d2827e6004/dmd/dsymbolsem.d#L1807 because that pragma is explicitly checked for here https://github.com/ldc-developers/ldc/blob/187d8198e63564c633f22f2ef4db2a31a8a600ce/gen/pragma.cpp#L110
Feb 28
parent reply Michelle Long <HappyDance321 gmail.com> writes:
On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 10:37:22 UTC, Nicholas Wilson 
wrote:
 On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 09:58:35 UTC, Michelle Long 
 wrote:
 I've included it in Visual D as di and it seems not to add it 
 to the include line...

 Is it in any way possible that it being an di file would allow 
 that? Seems that it is an LDC issue though but LDC has some 
 usage of it I believe and it works fine.

 Could it be a LDC version? Or do I need to include something 
 to make it work? Seems like it would be part of the compiler 
 itself.
(I'm on cold and flu meds so apologies if this doesn't make sense) It should be on the atuoimport path of LDC as that file had others (https://github.com/ldc-developers/druntime/tree/ldc/src/ldc) are part of LDC's druntime which should be imported by ldc's .conf file, it won't show up on the command line unless you do something (... brain not working properly...). Irrespective of all that, the error comes from https://github.com/ldc-developers/ldc/blob/f5a5324773484447953746725ea455d2827e6004/dmd/dsymbolsem.d#L1862 which should never happen because this branch should be taken https://github.com/ldc-developers/ldc/blob/f5a5324773484447953746725ea455d2827e6004/dmd/dsymbolsem.d#L1807 because that pragma is explicitly checked for here https://github.com/ldc-developers/ldc/blob/187d8198e63564c633f22f2ef4db2a31a8a600ce/gen/pragma.cpp#L110
Yeah, in the config it is // default switches appended after all explicit command-line switches post-switches = [ "-I%%ldcbinarypath%%/../import", I've hard coded it and it still doesn't find them. I've added -conf= and nothing... dcompute\driver\cuda\package.d(3): Error: module `dcompute` is in file 'ldc\dcompute.d' which cannot be read Of course if I manually include it then it gives more problems... Seems ldc is not even reading the conf file or using it if it is? If you are right then it seems you are suggesting it is an LDC bug... but that this is highly unlikely... I am using Visual D and maybe it is all setup for dub and dub takes care of configuring something that Visual D does not? Note that I've had to include the dcompute imports(downloaded from git), rt(for xmalloc I think), and derelict modules. I did those because when I added dcompute it would complain about the missing modules so I had to hunt and peck to find them. When I remove the ldc imports from Visual D, then the error about missing ldc.dcompute is at module dcompute.driver.cuda; public import ldc.dcompute; which, is in the ldc imports dir(which is why i manually included them which solves it then gives the intrinsics error). In any case, it seems like it is a very strange bug since `pragma(LDC_intrinsic` should work fine. It's analogous to `pragma(msg` not working in dmd... Are you using the latest ldc? (1.14.0?)
Feb 28
parent Michelle Long <HappyDance321 gmail.com> writes:
On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 11:22:49 UTC, Michelle Long 
wrote:
 On Thursday, 28 February 2019 at 10:37:22 UTC, Nicholas Wilson 
 wrote:
 [...]
Yeah, in the config it is [...]
Also, is it possible that intrinsics are disabled?
Feb 28