[lazarus] lpi writing does not correctly works...
tonym at nlisc.com
Fri Sep 27 15:32:19 EDT 2002
This has been sort of covered in a conversation titled "Corrupted LPI"
the last couple of days.
The basic answer is yes, everyone agrees the lpi / project file storage
structure needs fixed.
However the crashes may not be what you think. I found on mine that the
last few lines of the file were actually corrupted and had CR/LF
missing. I was able to correct that using VI and my project opened
On Fri, 2002-09-27 at 15:47, Javier wrote:
> ...which causes Lazarus to crash when opening some of my old projects.
> When I close a file (.pas or .inc or .pp) from inside my project, the
> file is still referenced in the lpi. I think this have something to do
> with the crashes.
> I think we need to have better control about all of these kind of files,
> or we will have a lot of problems with different versions of Lazarus.
> One day it does work, and the next, when a new patch arrives, it
> doesn't. The worst is that these kind of problems happens ramdomly,
> making it very difficult to debug.
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