On Tue, 6 Nov 2018 22:12:47 +0100, Mike Wey wrote:
On 06-11-18 05:11, uiy wrote:
Everything was working before. I decided to update Gtk using master.
x64 works fine.
gtkd.lib : warning LNK4003: invalid library format; library ignored
I compiled with dmd -m32 build.d (and without -m32)
stuck it in the appropriate directory (using pragma(lib,))..
Says it's invalid.
Seems it is a project problem but the error makes no sense given that it seems to work.
The lib is here:
I've also tried everything using -m32mscoff but same issue.
I as under the assumption that build.d would build for whatever architecture that it was built for?
I remember having to modify this before to get something like this to work but it was a while back and I think you messed with the build script quite a bit since then(by the looks of it).
Also the lib file is quite a bit smaller.
Any ideas what it might be?
Now if I link in the mscoff lib I do not get that error but I do get all the same missing externals.
The build script currently doesn't support
m32mscoff, and the linker
error looks like one from the Microsoft linker.
When building with
-m32the dmd/digital mars linker should be used,
but they are both named
link.exeso there might be an issue with the
PATH or dmd configuration.
Ok, Seems that a m32mscoff setting got checked in the project... I'm not sure how but that was the problem. (I don't remember checking it in the options but maybe I did or did something that triggered)