On Thursday, 27 March 2014 at 07:32:38 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:
On 3/27/2014 10:57 AM,  FrankLike wrote:
On Wednesday, 26 March 2014 at 10:42:09 UTC, Andrej Mitrovic wrote:
On 3/26/14, FrankLike <1150015...@qq.com> wrote:
If you are programming on win32,now,DFL can be used by D2.065.
Please git clone http://github.com/FrankLike/dfl
Open the folder w32 ->dflexe double click the 'makedflexe.bat'

FYI: you've changed one hardcoded path to another. I also don't understand the removal of the package module. Anywho I don't use DFL
much. :>

package module Let the all.d is null,most of codes have used the
dfl.all,so keep all.d and remove package.d ,that's ok.

thank you.

It's fine to keep both. Old code (if any of it out there still compiles) can continue to use dfl.all, while new projects can make user of the newer package.d. The *.all technique should be deprecated in old projects like this, IMO, not encouraged.

Thank you,Mike

Sorry,I test the newer package.d ,but it's not work.
  Error 42:Symbol Undefined _D3dfll2__ModuleInfoZ

Can you contact the  Christopher E. Miller?
He should keep continue his work,it's very good.
Thank you again.

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