On Sunday, 6 August 2017 at 02:10:43 UTC, Johnson Jones wrote:
On Sunday, 6 August 2017 at 00:22:45 UTC, Cym13 wrote:
On Saturday, 5 August 2017 at 23:54:45 UTC, Johnson Jones
main.d(157): Error: no property 'SetCursor' for type
'gdk.Window.Window', did you mean 'getCursor'?
um... anyone see bug? It's there, I promise.
"setCursor" exists, but "SetCursor" doesn't (or your "bug"
depends on code that you wrote and didn't share). I believe as
both "setCursor" and "getCursor" are one character away from
"SetCursor" dmd took the first one in alphabetic order or
something. No need to panic ;)
No one is panicking, so you can stop panicking that you think
they are panicking.
The point is that setCursor is much closer to SetCursor than
getCursor. It should prioritize case differences first.
SETCURSOR should still match setcursor better than getcursor or
getCURSOR or whatever.
But I'll get you a ascii star for realizing the issue
If you feel that way you should post an issue on
https://issues.dlang.org/ ; posting here is no solution. Or
better propose an issue and a patch: I imagine that the code
involved is fairly simple and unlikely to break anything so maybe
it'll get merged quickly.