"Charles Hixson" wrote > Message: > object.d: module object cannot read file 'object.d' > > The fix was to alter dmd.conf, thus: > > [Environment] > > DFLAGS=-I/usr/local/dmd/src/phobos -L-L/usr/local/dmd/lib > [EMAIL PROTECTED]/../src/phobos [EMAIL PROTECTED]/../lib > > I'm running on Ubuntu Hardy Heron. dmd is installed in /usr/local/dmd, > but the execution is via symbolic links in /usr/local/bin. My guess is > that it's reading the compilation path via the links rather than the > installation location. > > Sorry I didn't file this via Bugzilla, but I'm on the wrong computer, and > I don't have my account memorized.
The benefit of links is that the application does not know that it is a link (and shouldn't try to find out). This is the expected behavior in my opinion. -Steve