gdmd -run interferes with program arguments

WebDrake avatarWebDrake created an issue

When gdmd -run is used to run a D file in scripting mode, it runs the compiled-on-the-fly program with an additional include argument that can interfere with the program's expected command-line argument.

Minimal example attached. If I run,

gdmd -run arguments.d

... then I trigger the error written into the script, "I didn't recognize the argument you provided: -I/usr/local/include/d2".

A verbose account reveals that gdmd -run is translating to,

gdc -c arguments.d -o arguments.o
gdc arguments.o -o arguments
./arguments -I/usr/local/include/d2/

... with the last statement triggering the error in the script.

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