[lazarus] CVS Commited tools and QT Engine Directories

codepunk vbman at pcpros.net
Mon Apr 10 08:46:31 EDT 2000

The script in the tools directory is a non graphical script which just builds
lazarus. The one I posted the other day is a graphical tool and I did not put
that on in yet. I am still in process of straightening out my box after the
upgrade gone wrong.

I am moving the QT stuff off of another machine and in the source directory. I
am changing some stuff in the move. It should not take me to long to have at
least base functionality with the LCL. Since QT is of a object based design it
makes integration a whole lot easier.

As for the CVS I am sorry but all I did was a little cvs add ;(

Suse or Mandrake I will probably do next time as RH really pissed me off with
this one.


On Mon, 10 Apr 2000, Michael Van Canneyt wrote:
> On Sun, 9 Apr 2000, codepunk wrote:
> > I just commited the tools directory with the python build script and
> > the qt interfaces directories as well as a little of the QT Engine source code.
> Can you change the python script so it has a directory selection dialog,
> which allows to select the directory where the lazarus tree is ?
> It can't be that hard ?
> > 
> > I hope it does not cause CVS troubles again.
> It did :(
> > 
> > I would not bother trying to build the qt engine yet as it is definately not
> > for the faint at heart. 
> How far is the QT part anyway ? Is it usable ? 
> >
> > BTW I upgraded to RH 6.2 and it blew my partition tables becuase of a hang
> > during the install. If anyone upgrades I highly recommend doing a backup as I
> > did, still had to rebuild the entire machine again.
> Or you install SuSE of course :-)
> Sorry but I couldn't resist, don't bother to react... :-)
> Michael.
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