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reply A Guy With a Question <aguywithaquestion gmail.com> writes:
I'm trying to learn D using Visual D in Visual Studio Community 
2015. Both dmd and ldc give me this error when building from 
Visual Studio. Any ideas? I'm able to build C++ projects...
Nov 20 2017
next sibling parent A Guy With a Question <aguywithaquestion gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 21 November 2017 at 04:39:52 UTC, A Guy With a 
Question wrote:
 I'm trying to learn D using Visual D in Visual Studio Community 
 2015. Both dmd and ldc give me this error when building from 
 Visual Studio. Any ideas? I'm able to build C++ projects...
So I figured this one out. I set my dmd directory wrong. I could not find where to correct this though in visual d's configurations. I probably just kept glossing over it. What I ended up doing was uninstalling visual d and reinstalling where I noticed it defaulted me to my D folder, but I needed to point it at dmd's root folder. Just in case anyone was wondering what the fix was to this.
Nov 21 2017
prev sibling parent reply Markus <contact markus-lanner.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 21 November 2017 at 04:39:52 UTC, A Guy With a 
Question wrote:
 I'm trying to learn D using Visual D in Visual Studio Community 
 2015. Both dmd and ldc give me this error when building from 
 Visual Studio. Any ideas? I'm able to build C++ projects...
I had to update "Visual Studio 2015 Update 2" to "Visual Studio 2015 Update 3" to resolve that issue.
Feb 02
parent reply Saravana Kumar Arumugam <saravanakumar.a.o gmail.com> writes:
On Friday, 2 February 2018 at 08:56:45 UTC, Markus wrote:
 On Tuesday, 21 November 2017 at 04:39:52 UTC, A Guy With a 
 Question wrote:
 I'm trying to learn D using Visual D in Visual Studio 
 Community 2015. Both dmd and ldc give me this error when 
 building from Visual Studio. Any ideas? I'm able to build C++ 
 projects...
I had to update "Visual Studio 2015 Update 2" to "Visual Studio 2015 Update 3" to resolve that issue.
Another way is just copy and rename "FileTracker.dll" to "FileTracker32.dll" in "%ProgramFiles%\MSBuild\<version>\Bin" folder. Make sure you also renamed the file "FileTrackerUI.dll" to "FileTracker32UI.dll" in the latest LCID folder (latest numbered folder in same location). But that's the hard fix. Probably MSBuid issue.
Feb 17
parent Saravana Kumar Arumugam <saravanakumar.a.o gmail.com> writes:
On Saturday, 17 February 2018 at 20:30:16 UTC, Saravana Kumar 
Arumugam wrote:
 ...Make sure you also renamed the file "FileTrackerUI.dll" to 
 "FileTracker32UI.dll" in the latest LCID folder...
Don't forget to make copy!! That'll bring you even more problems while compiling other projects! It worked for me!
Feb 17