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[Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows

Author bdbaddog
Full name William Deegan
Date 2013-02-05 11:22:00 PST
Message http://scons.tigris.​org/issues/show_bug.​cgi?id=2881



User bdbaddog changed the following:

                What |Old value |New value
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                  Status|NEW |RESOLVED
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              Resolution| |INVALID
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------- Additional comments from bdbaddog at tigris dot org Tue Feb 5 11:22:00 -0800 2013 -------

Please read FAQ.
SCons does the best it can to find tools in their standard locations and/or
using system information to locate them if installed in user specified locations.
This does not include propagating the users environment, especially PATH, by
default.

So the issue really is does the installer store the installation information the
windows registry such that we can retrieve it and/or does it store that
information in a separate shell variable (not PATH) which could be used to set
the path to D tools with.

I just installed DMD in a VM and can't find any registry or env entries other
than PATH which contain the location of D in it.

Note that you're install location is not the default install location.
C:\D\dmd2\windows\bin

As such the best we can suggest at this point in time is that you should either
set the PATH in your SConstruct, or explicitly set the location of your D in
env['DC']

Note there are current discussions on improvements to the tools infrastructure
which may improve this issue, but at current SCons is behaving as expected so
I'm marking this bug as invalid.

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[Issue 2881] New - scons cannot compile d code on windows ariovistus Ariovistus 2012-11-12 18:31:43 PST
     [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows dirkbaechle Dirk Baechle 2012-11-13 00:04:36 PST
         RE: [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows egust eGust 2013-02-03 10:10:11 PST
             Re: [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows bdbaddog William Deegan 2013-02-03 21:13:24 PST
     [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows russel Russel Winder 2012-11-13 01:17:51 PST
     [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows bdbaddog William Deegan 2013-02-03 21:14:38 PST
     [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows egust eGust 2013-02-04 19:11:39 PST
     [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows bdbaddog William Deegan 2013-02-05 11:22:00 PST
     [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows russel Russel Winder 2013-02-05 11:36:02 PST
         Re: [Issue 2881] scons cannot compile d code on windows bdbaddog William Deegan 2013-02-05 12:58:09 PST
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