[Lazarus] Delphi mode syntax error

Roland Turcan konf at rotursoft.sk
Tue Jan 19 11:14:16 CET 2010

G'day all,

Simple question. When I compile my applications against the lcl, is there an easy way to compile out 
all the various debugln() calls?

I had a cursory look at lcl/lclproc.pas where they are defined, but nothing obvious jumped out at 
me. If the debugln() routines were re-defined to empty procedures, would the compiler optimise the 
calls away and not compile in all the text strings also?

2 Reasons for this. First is space. I was simply interested in seeing how much space this stuff 

Second is noise on the console when the applications are running. Synedit in particular is quite 
picky about its unicode characters, and can get quite noisy when invalid combinations are fed to it, 
although it appears to cope quite well.

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