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reply Antonio Corbi <antonio ggmail.ca> writes:
Hi all,

Under GNU/Linux and dmd 2.088.0, when compiling in release mode 
(dub build -b release) a small project that uses gtkd I get a 
pair of lines like these:

...
tym = x14
/usr/bin/dmd failed with exit code -4.

And compilation fails. I've tried to reduce the code (in order to 
fill a bug) like this:

dub dustmite ../DM -b release
....
None => No
object.Exception DustMite/dustmite.d(271): Initial test fails 
(try using --no-redirect for details)
----------------
??:? _Dmain [0x556e23f7bfd1]

But I cannot pass over there (i.e. I don't know how to pass the 
--no-redirect option to dustmite when calling it from dub).

Is there something that I can try to make dustmite reduce the 
code?

My code compiles and links ok with dmd in no-release mode.
The same behaviour happens with dmd 2.088.1 and 2.089.0-beta.1.
It also compiles ok in release and no-release modes with 
ldc-1.17.0.

Antonio
Oct 21
parent reply Andre Pany <andre s-e-a-p.de> writes:
On Monday, 21 October 2019 at 10:26:35 UTC, Antonio Corbi wrote:
 Hi all,

 Under GNU/Linux and dmd 2.088.0, when compiling in release mode 
 (dub build -b release) a small project that uses gtkd I get a 
 pair of lines like these:

 ...
 tym = x14
 /usr/bin/dmd failed with exit code -4.

 And compilation fails. I've tried to reduce the code (in order 
 to fill a bug) like this:

 dub dustmite ../DM -b release
 ....
 None => No
 object.Exception DustMite/dustmite.d(271): Initial test fails 
 (try using --no-redirect for details)
 ----------------
 ??:? _Dmain [0x556e23f7bfd1]

 But I cannot pass over there (i.e. I don't know how to pass the 
 --no-redirect option to dustmite when calling it from dub).

 Is there something that I can try to make dustmite reduce the 
 code?

 My code compiles and links ok with dmd in no-release mode.
 The same behaviour happens with dmd 2.088.1 and 2.089.0-beta.1.
 It also compiles ok in release and no-release modes with 
 ldc-1.17.0.

 Antonio
Hi, You have to tell Dustmite what it has to look for. If I understand your case correctly you have to add argument --compiler-status=-4 But please have a look on this page for more Dustmite arguments. There are other options too like linker or program status values and even regex searches on the output of compiler/linker/program. https://dub.pm/commandline Kind regards Andre
Oct 21
parent Antonio Corbi <acrb ggmail.com> writes:
On Monday, 21 October 2019 at 18:37:38 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
 On Monday, 21 October 2019 at 10:26:35 UTC, Antonio Corbi wrote:
 [...]
Hi, You have to tell Dustmite what it has to look for. If I understand your case correctly you have to add argument --compiler-status=-4 But please have a look on this page for more Dustmite arguments. There are other options too like linker or program status values and even regex searches on the output of compiler/linker/program. https://dub.pm/commandline Kind regards Andre
Thank's Andre. Tried that but I got the same result. I'll keep investigating this. Antonio
Oct 22