readline / Gnu readline

Adam D. Ruppe destructionator at
Thu Jan 30 13:23:17 UTC 2020

On Thursday, 30 January 2020 at 06:12:32 UTC, Michael wrote:
> I did exactly just what you proposed.

yeah i often just leave my random filenames in there, in this 
case rl was one of them. (if you don't put `.d` at the end of a 
filename, dmd will add it automatically). Generally a "module X 
is in file X which cannot be read" error means you should:

1) double-check any filenames on the command line. Make sure no 
typos etc and the files all exist. With my samples that 
frequently means changing the filename from whatever nonsense I 
left in my lazy copy/paste :P

2) If all the files are in place, this error can also be caused 
by a mismatch between the `module` name in an imported file and 
the `import` statement that is trying to use it. Those should 
always match.

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