[lazarus] Newbie question
nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de
Thu Mar 27 06:44:28 EST 2003
On 27 Mar 2003 20:07:54 +1100
David Creelman <dave at geko.net.au> wrote:
> Hi Luis,
> If I'm understanding your issue correctly, in Lazarus, goto
> Environment->Environment Options and in the FPC Source directory edit
> box, type in the path of your source units (if you've installed with an
> RPM, it most likely should be /usr/bin/ppc386).
The RPM installs everything at default places, which is recognized by the
IDE automatically. Also the IDE does some checks at startup and warns if the
basic paths look suspicious. So it is not an src path issue.
The error indicates that the interface unit was not compiled with the same
compiler version. Maybe he has installed the wrong lazarus rpm for the fpc
rpm. Anyway, this can be solved by using the lazarus src rpm and rebuilding
it, which he did.
> Then try recompiling, hopefully it will work this time.
> Hope this helps.
> On Wed, 2003-03-26 at 22:43, Luis Mineiro wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm sorry if this has been answered before. I'm a new lazarus user and
> > just got the RPMs from the FTP and installed them on my RedHat 8 box.
> > I installed fpcsrc and lazarus packages.
> > I start lazarus in a konsole with the command "lazarus". After it shows
> > up I try to run the default project with the empty form in it. No code
> > or objects are added.
> > I'm getting an error stating:
> > /tmp/project1.lpr(6,13) Fatal: Can't find unit INTERFACES
> > Many of you know the straight answer for this, so I'm asking kindly if
> > someone could point me my error.
> > TIA.
> > --
> > Luis Mineiro (luis at zbit.pt)
> > ZBit Software, Lda. (http://www.zbit.pt)
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