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March 10, 2009
DMD 1.033 - Linux initZ errors
Hi,

I'm getting strange initZ errors when compiling with dmd 1.033 & Tango on Linux x32 (Ubuntu 8.10). The funny thing is, is that the problem disappears when compiling on Windows.

Here is the error:

./xf.hybrid.Hybrid.o:(.rodata+0x2470): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
./xf.hybrid.widgets.all.o:(.rodata+0x2470): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
./xf.hybrid.widgets.Angle.o:(.rodata+0x18a8): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
./xf.hybrid.backend.gl.Widgets.o:(.rodata+0x1134): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
./xf.hybrid.widgets.SceneView.o:(.rodata+0x2cc8): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
./xf.hybrid.backend.GL.o:(.rodata+0x15d8): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here

Fortunately, I did find a quick work around by removing the '-inline -O -release' flags which solved the problem.... I'm also not the only one having this issue.

Mason
March 10, 2009
Re: DMD 1.033 - Linux initZ errors
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 9:42 AM, Mason Green <mason.green@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm getting strange initZ errors when compiling with dmd 1.033 & Tango on Linux x32 (Ubuntu 8.10). The funny thing is, is that the problem disappears when compiling on Windows.
>
> Here is the error:
>
> ./xf.hybrid.Hybrid.o:(.rodata+0x2470): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
> ./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
> ./xf.hybrid.widgets.all.o:(.rodata+0x2470): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
> ./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
> ./xf.hybrid.widgets.Angle.o:(.rodata+0x18a8): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
> ./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
> ./xf.hybrid.backend.gl.Widgets.o:(.rodata+0x1134): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
> ./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
> ./xf.hybrid.widgets.SceneView.o:(.rodata+0x2cc8): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
> ./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
> ./xf.hybrid.backend.GL.o:(.rodata+0x15d8): multiple definition of `_D2xf3dog3Use54__T11UseInStructTC2xf3dog7backend6native3GLX8GLWindowZ11UseInStruct4opInMFPFT2xf3dog6Common2GLZvZv3Foo6__initZ'
> ./_main.o:(.rodata+0x2a40): first defined here
>
> Fortunately, I did find a quick work around by removing the '-inline -O -release' flags which solved the problem.... I'm also not the only one having this issue.
>
> Mason

Those are all symbols from Dog, I doubt that you're using Tango has
anything to do with it.
March 10, 2009
Re: DMD 1.033 - Linux initZ errors
Jarrett Billingsley Wrote:

> Those are all symbols from Dog, I doubt that you're using Tango has
> anything to do with it.

True, BUT, it does the same thing whether or not one is using Dog when compiling Blaze.

It's the compiler!
March 10, 2009
Re: DMD 1.033 - Linux initZ errors
Mason Green wrote:
> I'm getting strange initZ errors when compiling with dmd 1.033

This was corrected in 1.041
March 10, 2009
Re: DMD 1.033 - Linux initZ errors
Walter Bright Wrote:

> This was corrected in 1.041

Sweet. You the man!
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