[Lazarus] Project LPI Files and Platforms

Mehmet Erol Sanliturk sanliturk at ttmail.com
Sun May 17 08:18:02 CEST 2009

Mattias Gaertner wrote:
> On Sat, 16 May 2009 06:33:00 -0400
> Mehmet Erol Sanliturk <sanliturk at ttmail.com> wrote:
>> [...]

> I thought compilation worked. Maybe this is another problem.

>> The only difference is LPI file .
> What is the difference between the two lpi files?
> Can you send me the two lpi files?
>> I thought reporting this experience would be useful .
> Yes
> Mattias

I am continuously installing operating systems and last Lazarus snapshots .

To send the above files
I searched the existent directories but all of the previous files were 
deleted due to renewed operating system installations .

On this event , I generated a new form with many components in CentOS 
5.3 and compiled it successfully .

Into XP Home I have installed Lazarus and compiled my form with nearly 
all components successfully .

   Version # : beta
   Date : 2009-04-26
   SVN Revision : 19625

I have copied only project1.( lpi , lpr ) , unit1. ( pas , lfm , lrs )
files to a USB stick and copied to CentOS 5.3 computer .
It compiled successfully .

    Version # : 0.9.27 beta
    Date : 2009-04-24
    FPC Version : 2.2.4
    SVN Revisison : 19594
    x86-64-linux-gtk 2 ( beta )

I copied the above files into Kubuntu 9.04 and they compiled again 
successfully .

    Version # : 0.9.26-4 beta
    Date : 2009-01-08
    FPC Version : 2.2.2
    SVN Revisison : 16881

I copied the above files into FreeBSD 7.1-Stable and they compiled again 
successfully .

    Version # : 0.9.26 beta
    Date : 2009-04-05
    FPC Version : 2.2.2
    SVN Revisison : Unknown

Really I am very sorry about my initial message without testing latest 
Lazarus versions .

I have only FreeBSD files in a USB stick with a FPC.CFG file about 
Windows Lazarus . I think , my previous compilations failed due to that 
FPC.CFG file .

To understand effect of FPC.CFG file on present installation ,
I tested all of the above Lazarus installations with a new directory 
having the above files with addition of that FPC.CFG file .

I have renamed all of the previous directories to prevent loading of 
them by Lazarus at start up .

I compiled the program in that new directory having FPC.CFG file .

In all of the operating systems Lazarus compiled the program 
successfully without considering existent FPC.CFG file .

I am very pleased to see that previous errors do not occur and
Lazarus with Free Pascal improved over time significantly .

Again I thank to all the respondents for their efforts to solve my 
problem with the understanding that all of their ideas are taken into 
consideration with thanks to reach a useful end .

Thank you very much .

Mehmet Erol Sanliturk

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