[Lazarus] Calling the compiler

Michael Van Canneyt michael.vancanneyt at wisa.be
Wed Apr 19 04:25:42 EDT 2000

On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Sebastian [iso-8859-1] Günther wrote:

> Michael Van Canneyt wrote:
> > No, it is not (although it would be extremely easy to add).
> > but I see no use in being able to do this,
> you can pass command line of arbitrary length to the compiler without
> having to use temporary (immediate) files.
> > even more I think
> > it would be very dangerous since the compiler would only start
> > compiling of eof() is reached, which could be 'never' and this
> > is potentially dangerous.
> Why? This is just a feature which you can use or you don't use it. It is
> meant to be there for IDEs and similar tools, and the "-" filename
> interpretation as StdIn is very common under Linux.

Ah well :(

It's just one line to add. I'll have a look.


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