Linux & DMD & GtkD
peterj at mech.uq.edu.au
Tue Feb 19 07:19:26 UTC 2019
On Monday, 18 February 2019 at 14:24:46 UTC, Ron Tarrant wrote:
> On Monday, 18 February 2019 at 10:38:10 UTC, Peter Jacobs wrote:
>> Being an old linux user, I prefer make to dub, however, I do
>> use dub to build GtkD and then I just use dmd to build my
>> application program.
> This appeals to me, too.
>> dub clean
>> dub build
> Got this bit working after generating an sdl file. But I think
> I'm missing something from this next approach:
>> dmd -w -g -debug -I=../GtkD/generated/gtkd \
>> -oftest_rig_imperative test_rig_imperative.d \
> It's been literally decades since I used a makefile. Did I miss
> the part where you the makefile was written/generated?
Yes, you did miss that part because I didn't write it in,
thinking that the echo of the command would be sufficient.
Sorry. Anyway, here is the single rule in my makefile. I tend
to use makefiles as a memory aid so they are often quite simple.
dmd -w -g -debug -I=../GtkD/generated/gtkd \
-oftest_rig_imperative test_rig_imperative.d \
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