--- Comment #7 from Vladimir Panteleev <> 2011-09-11 
08:03:09 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #6)
> Why? Because the list of .d dependencies is *inherently* dependent on the
> *specific* compiler, anyway.

Question: if the output of "rdmd --makedepend" is only usable on the current
system, is there still a valid use for it? Why not just use rdmd?

Using "rdmd --makedepend" to generate makefiles ready for redistribution can be
seen a valid use case when the user knows that their code base does not contain
imports which change depending on the environment - in which case, this bug
report would be valid.

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