[lazarus] Asserts and other stuff
vbman at pcpros.net
Thu Jun 24 21:27:49 EDT 1999
I have been deeply in some work and besides the weather has been
absolutely great. (Makes it harder to sit behind a PC)
Myself and Shane live in Wisconsin that means that we only see about three
months of summer before the weather gets ugly.
I sort of blame myself for the stall of the project currently but I hope to
resume my work in a few weeks.
Personally I wish to keep continuning the effort but in my heart I really
believe that Linux GNOME and KDE is going to go away in the future. I have
thought much about this and can see a evolution starting to mount.
I believe that real soon someone is going to figure out that it is not a big
deal to embed a JVM Java Virtual Machine into the linux kernel. Well this
can already be done with the latest relase but soon we will see someone
start distributing it. Now that is a really good idea and wish that I had
the resources and time to do it myself. Think about it no GUI stuff to build
it already is there. Java is so much like the Pascal Languge it is almost
theft. Not to mention all of the net support that is built into it.
Just sharing a few of my thoughts..
Not gone just taking a little break guys. Myself and Shane worked 24/7 for
about 4 months on what has already been built. Once things calm down for me
a little I will jump back in.
The newest compiler has been released "Cool"
From: Michael A. Hess <mhess at miraclec.com>
To: lazarus at miraclec.com <lazarus at miraclec.com>
Date: Thursday, June 24, 1999 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: [lazarus] Asserts and other stuff
>John Margaglione wrote:
>> Anyway, is there a list of what components are being wrapped, which
>> are being worked on by who, etc?
>> Maybe we could have a project progress page with a list of todo's and
>> responsible parties.
>There is only a few of use doing any work on the Lazarus code. I think
>what has happened is that for a variety of reasons we have all hit a
>snag due to other work that has kept us from doing much the last several
>weeks. I myself hope to untangle a little time starting next week to get
>back into it. More so now that v12 is officially released.
>As for myself when I get into it I will be working more on the messaging
>between GTK and FPC. I am trying to separate as much of the FCL from the
>API that is being used so that it will be easier to use the FCL with say
>with Gnome, QT, xWindows, etc.
>I'm all for the list of what to do and who's doing it.
>So you can be put me down as working on the FCL-GTK interface.
>==== Programming my first best destiny! ====
>Michael A. Hess Miracle Concepts, Inc.
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