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--- Comment #1 from Bernard Helyer <> 2011-02-07 
02:33:12 PST ---
Yes, that is working as intended. When you compile without '-c' you are telling
DMD to build you an executable -- one whose entry point is 'main'; so the
linker looks for the function, and can't find it, and tells you so. This
behaviour is the same as in C or C++.

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