vbman at pcpros.net
Mon May 31 22:42:01 EDT 1999
Ok here goes.
If you do not mind or wish to work on it we need a good way to do the
configuration startup and etc on the IDE that I sent you. In the ideinit is
the stuff I wrote so far to save application settings for the IDE. We need
to be able to save the stuff unit search paths, library paths and we also
need to come up with a initial project file. The project file will contain
the stuff such as the compiler settings etc. If you can assume this stuff I
will work on the XML parser so that we can use glade output to build pascal
source. The unit scan.pp is a lexical tokenizer. I use it to color the source
and plan on using it for the XML parser. As for who works on what it is
pretty loose. A bunch of the guys are working on a class structure that wraps
GTK. I plan on using that library to build the source from the Glade XML.
You will also have to build a compiler setting window to configure the paths
etc. If you do not wish to work on that just let me know and we can find
other things for you....
Curtis White wrote:
> OK, I have everything setup and working. I am connected to CVS now. I
> downloaded the latest CVS source and compiled the compiler and all the RTL
> and other support files.
> I have also managed to compile the files you sent me (lazaruside). It
> seems to be working fine. I can open all the source files in the ide. I am
> still working to get lazaruside to compile itself, but I think that is
> just a path setting.
> So, what changes do you want me to work on?
> How are you all deciding who does what and what to do next?
> On 31-May-99 Cliff Baeseman wrote:
> > Curtis...
> > I will send you what I have for a ide at the moment if you want it. I
> > would
> > really like your assistance in further development
> > of this ide I am working on. It will compile source code but I have not
> > quite got the config stuff full up and running. I was using a
> > class called TIni and was having trouble doing multiple TStrings at
> > once. I
> > think its a compiler issue but will reproduce the problem and send
> > if to the guys. I am taking a look at glade which is a gtk IDE builder
> > that
> > is actually pretty cool. I might be able to use it to produce pascal
> > output.
> > This IDE that I have is written very flat with a lot of global suff
> > declared
> > in it. I will push this to a better defined structure in the future.
> > Let me know if you want my source. I will send it in a zip you can
> > compile
> > this and use it to keep developing. It at least has a color syntax
> > editor.
> > Cliff
> > osiriz at teleport.com wrote:
> >> Cliff,
> >> I finally got FPC all setup and working. I got the latest version of
> >> GTK
> >> compiled. I even managed to compile the FPC compiler itself :-)
> >> Now I have a bunch of questions about Lazarus.
> >> I have the Lazarus source code from the web site. What do I need to do
> >> to
> >> get
> >> going from here?
> >> What IDE are you guys using?
> >> How do I get Lazarus to compile (which unit do I need to compile
> >> first)?
> >> Are you all using a single CVS somewhere or do you just manage your own
> >> sources
> >> with CVS on your local machines?
> >> What should I start working on?
> >> Sorry for all the stupid questions, but I am at a point now where I
> >> don't
> >> know
> >> what to do next to get started.
> >> Thanks...Curtis
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