Modules/packages and cryptic errors
keinfarbton at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 31 07:19:02 PDT 2009
> Frank Benoit Wrote:
>> al schrieb:
>>> module bar is in multiple defined
>> This often indicates a modules file name and the identifier in the
>> "module" statement are unequal (case sensitivity)
> I have all files and imports lowercase. I have class names following filenames capitalized, but that shouldn't matter, should it?
> When I run:
> dmd foo/bar.d
> is that assuming module foo.bar or bar? If that's the latter, it might explain why I'm getting an error (import finds this file under foo.bar), but how should I compile files then?
if 'foo' shall be package, in bar.d there should be "module foo.bar;".
If imported from somewhere else, it should be "import foo.bar;".
Class/Type names should not matter.
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