batleth92 wrote:You just need to spend some time and search what to change in the prefs the chalenge is worth the pain
RomCenter wrote:The choice if I move to another dev tool will probably be vs.net / c#.
batleth92 wrote:The How-To would be very, very, very small... coz' the only thing to do is to change the TEMP dir in the prefs...
R.Y.U wrote:happy to see I have some answers after all this time.
R.Y.U wrote:and when I exit from the appplication, I have this window again
source: http://linuxagora.com/libranet/viewtopi ... 8ab027fcf8danieldk wrote:Yeah, Delphi, one of the most popular RAD development environments for Windows uses Object Pascal as its language (well, it's called Delphi now Wink). The Delphi Language (Object Pascal) implements true OO. FreePascal 1.9.x. supports most of the Delphi up to Delphi 6/7.
source: http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/modul ... sURL=aboutCan I use my existing Delphi code?
Some of it yes. If the code is standard Delphi pascal and it uses the standard components found in Delphi then the answer is yes. If it uses some specific database, OCX, or DCU then the answer would be no. These items are specific to Windows and would only work on and within Windows. However, if you are only looking to create a Windows product using Free Pascal and Lazarus then the answer would be yes. This hasn't been added to the LCL yet but it should be possible in the future.
source:Under Linux, Delphi source code can be compiled with Lazarus with a little adaptation
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