Summary: Header generation must recreate folder structure if
-Hd is used
--- Comment #0 from Andrej Mitrovic <andrej.mitrov...@gmail.com> 2012-10-12
17:24:33 PDT ---
Currently regardless of the -Hd switch the compiler will output all header
files as flat files in a single folder:
$ dmd -H -o- atk/Action.d gio/DBusProxy.d -Hdinclude
These files are completely unusable like this, they must be stored in the
original folder layout or they can't be imported.
Using a build script to compile them one by one and using -Hf is *NOT* an
option because this considerably slows down header generation (for example GtkD
header generation can take almost 10 minutes by doing it on a file-by-file
To avoid accidentally storing the .di files in the same place as the D files I
propose that folder layout recreation should only occur if the -Hd flag is set.
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