On 5/11/2012 12:39 PM, Steve Greene wrote:
Here is the complete message:

"The procedure entry point RtlCaptureContext could not be located in the
dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"

Here is my program:

   int main(char[][] args) {

That's it. That's the whole thing. I recently read about the D language when I
was looking up some information for a C program I'm writing, and it looks very
interesting (I also use Perl heavily, and I liked some of the ideas about D;
seems kind of like C and some really good aspects of Perl in one language) so
I wanted to try it out, so I downloaded it. Unfortunately, apparently I can't
use it.

I'm on a Windows 2000 Professional SP4 machine.

1. This newsgroup is just an echo for bugzilla, bug reports should go to bugzilla instead. Few read this group.

2. dmd no longer supports Win2K. It was necessary to drop support for it in order to rely on numerous bug fixes in Windows since then.

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