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Wed Feb 19 13:45:37 EST 2003
On Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:21:58 +0000
<jozsef at wingchun.hu> wrote:
> Thanks to all. You were fast. :)
> (And sorry for that I'm slow. I'm not, but I use my friend SMTP, it
> does not rely my letters and he is not at home. )
> But now it sais No INTERFACES unit.
Probably because of the bug in fpc.cfg. See below.
> After reading FAQ (not the first time :) I realized fpc.cfg has been
> deleted before. I made a new one with samplecfg script and added the
Never do that. It contains uncompiled sources. If you want, you can add
which contain the compiled sources. But it is not necessary.
> (4 item)
> fpc.cfg is in /etc dir.
> My config in lazarus:
> Environment Options / Files
> Lazarus directory (defaults for all projects)
Probably wrong. It should point to lazarus directory, which contains
directories like lcl, components, examples, designer, ... .
> Compiler path (ppc386)
> FPC source directory
Probably wrong. The FPC source directory is the freepascal source directory.
It contains directories like compiler, rtl, fcl, packages, docs, ... .
Plz download the latest lazarus source from
ftp://ftp.us.freepascal.org/pub/lazarus/lazaruslinux.tar.gz. You can unpack
it whereever you want, even somewhere in you home directory as normal user.
Lazarus does not need to be installed as root.
It will contain the latest <lazarusdir>/docs/INSTALL text, which should
explain a few things. Eventually it will go to the website.
> run / compiler options / search paths
> Other unit files...
> Include files
> Other sources
> Path to compiler
> 1: Any idea?
> 2: If I make a project and it is located in /root/Projects/1/p1
> I have to write this path somewhere? If yes, where?
> Sorry for stupid questions but I'd liket to write some code in lazarus
> at least. :)
I checked the downloads section on the website and found many bugs and
ambigious descriptions. When Michael is back, he will fix it.
I will add some dialogs to the IDE, that will warn and help newbies. The
installation is quite straight, but it seems that the descriptions are not
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