dwt-samples: my dsss.conf changes

Dan Dennedy dan at dennedy.org
Thu Feb 21 14:59:40 PST 2008

Bill Baxter wrote:
> Jesse Phillips wrote:
>> On Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:36:48 -0800, Dan Dennedy wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I am just getting going with dwt-linux (and with only brief experience
>>> with D and Tango). I followed all directions, but I had to make a couple
>>> of small changes to dwt-samples/dsss.conf to build completely. I had to
>>> comment out the following.
>>> # The linker error work around
>>> version(linux){
>>>     buildflags+= -L-lDD-tango-util
>>> }
>>> Is that normal?
>>> I have no libDD-tango-util on my system. I don't have DD-tango-anything.
>>> I am using Tango from SVN from a checkout yesterday. And, I get no
>>> linker errors. Is this just for older/release Tangos?
>> Interesting you don't have DD-tango-util. The SVN version ie not Tango
>> Frank, has made changes to the library structure. tango-user-dmd has been
>> removed and they split the library into many DD ones. If you have the
>> latest DWT then it shouldn't be able to compile with the old Tango. If
>> you are using GDC it may be different. So I really don't have any help
>> but that has been my understanding of the situation.
> The DD-* libs are made by DSSS.  That's just the way DSSS does things.
> I don't think anything has changed with the tango-user-dmd.lib situation
> for the case of not using DSSS.

Correct. I did not use dsss. I did a manual build and install using the

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