On Sunday, 4 March 2018 at 16:46:56 UTC, Marc wrote:
then copy it to sources folder?

let's say I have a small library folder at C:\mylibrary\D where I want to use dir.d from it. How do I add that file dependence to dub? But I do not want to that file be passed directly to dmd, I want to that file be copied to application's source folder (so it's easy to distribuite, with the dependences together as possible) then compiled. So, what I want to some extension is dub work with loca files. Is this possible to do solely with dub? I know I can easily write a script to run before dub which copies the dependence files from C:\mylibrary to application's source but I'm looking for a more elegant approach as possible; I'm afraid of rewriting a makefile-like soon (I find cmake/make/makefiles just ugly).

I did it this sway:
the part of dub.json:
"dependencies": {

                "diet-ng": "~>1.4",
                "vibe-d:tls": "~>0.8.0",
                "vibe-d:http": "~>0.8",
                "mysql-d": "~>0.3",
                        "versions": "~master",
                        "path": "/home/mt/d/mylib"

In spite of using a version directly after the used lib,
you give two parameters

  "versions" : "~master"


  "path": "/path_to_your_lib/"

Works well.

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