[lazarus] Getting Involved
PierreK at BarloworldOptimus.com
Tue Nov 18 23:53:09 EST 2003
I will also like to get more involved and be a helping hand to Lazarus.
Just Two things
I do not have very mush time. But I will put the time I have to good
and secondly. I have never before worked with CSV. I know other
versioning tools but not CSV. I am a Delphi developer. But I will need
some help to get started with making changes to code without messing up
the code with CSV. If anyone want to take the Thread Of-line Please feel
free to do so.
I would love to help out in the FCL and LCL and any other coding area.
PS is there a list somewhere that name all the people involved with the
On Tue, 2003-11-18 at 22:06, Andrew Johnson wrote:
> what is needed it nost a DFM-> LDM converter, but a Broken LFM repair
> wizard, to allow fixing broken LFM's, such as have been converted from
> DFM(since obviously they are not perfectly compatible). DFM can already
> be "Converted" so to speak, but the result is usually a broken LFM,
> because of the various differences in components properties or missing
> components etc.
> If you wish to help with this that would be great.
> If not, database could definitely use some love, especially debugging
> and fixing things, which I would suggest first, and then adding in the
> DBLookup* components.
> Also as mentioned in past threads, there are many things needed in the
> underlying FCL DB framework that are either broken, or simply
> unimplemented, or in a few cases which need reworking, both in the base
> db, and in the various db interfaces.
> Any help in any DB area would be greatly appreciated.
> On Tue, 2003-11-18 at 12:36, Anthony H. Downey, Jr. wrote:
> > I'd be glad to help in any area, although I'd prefer Database, Components,
> > Editor, and Interface. I notice that you have a need for a DFM-LFM
> > converter. Would that be a good starting point?
> > TD
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