[Lazarus] Where to set project search paths in lazarus?
fpc-devel at aborka.com
Thu Sep 30 21:48:11 CEST 2010
On 9/30/2010 12:08, Juha Manninen (gmail) wrote:
> On Thursday 30 September 2010 13:38:25 Bo Berglund wrote:
>> But Tortoise just initializes and transfers about 6 kb of data and then
>> nothing more happens. After some time of nothing happening I try to
>> Cancel, but that does not work so I have to close the dialog completely
>> using the X button.
>> Then in order to try again I have to delete the Lazarus folder with its
>> hidden .svn subfolder and create a new one because Tortoise does
>> not allow checkout any longer.
>> Tried it three times now, always the same end: nothing is retrieved.
> Don't delete the folder but update it using TortoiseSVN. Then it will download
> the rest. I remember having the same issue myself. I am not developing with
> Windows so I can't give any better advice.
>> I had to install Tortiose because all other downloads I could find were
>> for installing an SVN *server*, which I don't want to do. So the only
>> client I found was TortoiseSVN...
> Yes, with Linux everything is easier. :-)
> I understood you got the Lazarus trunk version working on Linux.
I'm using TortoiseSVN on Windows (both WinXP 32 and Win7 64) and it
works perfectly for both FPC and Lazarus.
Yes, on the older XP machine it takes a while and sometimes slows the
computer down significantly - sometimes even as if the computer just
stopped -, but it works.
I use "http://svn.freepascal.org/svn/fpc/trunk" as the url for FPC,
"http://svn.freepascal.org/svn/lazarus/trunk" for the Lazarus
checkout/update. Then run a .bat file to run the compilation and update
of FPC and Lazarus while having a drink.
I would not say that with Linux everything is easier - that is far not
the case - , because both OS-es work and once you did it right, you will
find it easy the following times on either platform...
On Linux I use manual commands because I am too lazy to even create a
script for them :)
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