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  Topic: Trouble getting SQLite3 working with DSSS

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PostForum: DSSS   Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:20 am   Subject: Trouble getting SQLite3 working with DSSS
I'm trying to get SQLite3 working with DSSS. I've got a D file built for it, which I installed in DSSS, along with the DLL and Lib files, but every time I try the following, it chokes on linking;

c ...
  Topic: Windows 7 + DMD v2.053

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PostForum: DSSS   Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 3:59 pm   Subject: Windows 7 + DMD v2.053
Could it be that Rebuild is setting the search directory to be different to the default dmd one? Only a suggestion, and as I don't know how to check where it is set up to, probably a bad one, but that ...
  Topic: Using Code::Block to build with dsss instead of dmd?

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PostForum: DSSS   Posted: Thu May 14, 2009 12:25 pm   Subject: Using Code::Block to build with dsss instead of dmd?
You can't add a "brand new" compiler to Code::Blocks, but you can copy one.

Go to the "Settings" menu and choose "Compiler and Debugger..."
Then choose the compiler y ...
  Topic: How do you do it? (VM)

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PostForum: Monster   Posted: Thu May 14, 2009 9:38 am   Subject: How do you do it? (VM)
I have been looking at different examples of writing programming languages, and became rather interested in languages running on virtual machines. I have some small experience in writing lexers and, t ...
  Topic: return value of false

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PostForum: MiniD   Posted: Sat Mar 28, 2009 4:22 am   Subject: return value of false
Just wondering: I was going through the language docs, and noticed that floating point NaN isn't listed as being treated as null when dealing with conditionals. Is this correct?
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