[lazarus] compile error on New Sources from cvs - FIXED
nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de
Fri Nov 28 04:55:34 EST 2003
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 10:58:39 +0100 Mattias Gaertner
<nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de> wrote:
> Maybe this can enlighten this discussion:
> - There are 4 players: LCL base, interface base, LCL and the various
> - Goals:
> + LCL base, interface base and LCL are platform independent
> + Interfaces are platform dependent
> + compile once the platform independent part,
> then compile every platform dependent part separately
> (e.g. under linux: compile LCL once, then gtk, gnome, gtk intf)
> => interfaces depend on interfacebase
> => this point does not imply any relationship between LCL
> and an interface
, except that the LCL can not depend on the interfaces.
> + LCL uses the interface base to talk to the real interface
> => interface base on same or below lvl than LCL
> => still no implication for the interfaces
> + LCL contains the logic, interface base not
> => LCL and interface base are not on same lvl
> + the LCL base are just some very basic functions
> and types, which can also be moved to the FCL,
> but are not. They are below all.
> - LCL is above interface base is above LCL base
> - Still no implication for the relationship of the LCL and the interfaces.
> Not even the implication that we have to separate them. So, the gtk intf
> was implemented depending on the LCL to make programming easier. This was
> just a decision for the gtk intf. Other interfaces don't need to depend on
> the LCL. For example: Someone can write a MyCL using the interfacebase and
> write an interface for say wxWindows.
> But: No one wants to use the interface base without the LCL. The interface
> base is not very comfortable.
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