[Lazarus] Why does a project have to be open?
jether.reis at yahoo.com.br
Sun Mar 18 17:23:30 CET 2012
I just can't see any problem, I like it the way it is.
Jether Fernandes Reis
De: "Jürgen Hestermann" <juergen.hestermann at gmx.de>
Para: "Lazarus mailing list" <lazarus at lists.lazarus.freepascal.org>
Enviada em: domingo, 18 de março de 2012 11:29
Assunto: Re: [Lazarus] Why does a project have to be open?
> Sven Barth schrieb:
>> Also this is no "feature", it's currently one of the core concepts of
>> Lazarus and it was so for years. So I doubt that this will be changed in
>> the near future (before 1.0 at least).
> Although I have arranged with it now it annoyed me too. No other program
> (including Free Pascal text mode IDE) forces the user to have a
> file/project open all the time. It's a bit weird that it was designed like
> this. What was the reason for doing this? What advantage does it have?
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