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0.99.4 win32 download - noob question

Moderators: kris

Posted: 01/24/08 22:02:23

I've just downloaded Tango for the first time and was rooting around the import/tango/core directory and have noticed that there are a number of '.di' files with contents stating they were generated from a corresponding '.d' files which do not appear to be present (BitManip?.d, Exception.d, Memory.d, Thread.d).

I'm curious as to why some files are present in their original form (.d) and some only as symbolic imports (.di)

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Posted: 01/31/08 10:11:21

All tango's .di files are available somewhere under here: and here: are those specific files you are looking for.