[Lazarus] Documentation for the packages shipped with Lazarus
stdreamer at freemail.gr
Sat Oct 13 16:00:31 CEST 2012
On 13/10/2012 4:15 πμ, Mattias Gaertner wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Oct 2012 02:47:53 +0300
> stdreamer <stdreamer at freemail.gr> wrote:
>> On 12/10/2012 10:56 μμ, Mattias Gaertner wrote:
>>>> As for the Boolean part,
>>>> What would you answer if I asked you "is that a design time package ?"
>>> Do you mean
>>> a) can this package be used at design time?
>>> b) can this package only be used at design time?
>>> c) should this package use type "design time"?
>>> d) has the developer decided to use the type "design time"?
>> You are being evasive that tells me 2 things. One you do not really care
>> about this conversation, which raises the question why you bothered
>> answering in the first place, and two you see me like some kind of pest
>> which dropped in from no where and spoiled your serenity, which raises
>> the question why should I keep on wasting my time on this.
>> Well, my opinion is in the open if you do fill like explaining I'll
>> probably read it with interest.
>> In any case have fun.
> I'm not sure what you are reading between my lines. I'm not a
> native English speaker so maybe I misused a word and I apologize for
You haven't misused any word and I wasn't offended at any level I was
trying to point out that there was no point on continuing down that path
of conversation so please no apologies, it doesn't feel right.
> I explained in a former mail the package type "design time". Then you asked about "is that a design time package",
> which depending on context can mean different things. This is not your
> fault. As I explained earlier it is hard to give the four types
> unambiguous names. Maybe someone has better names for them.
No, I asked you how you would answer such a question I didn't include
any "usage info" because they where irrelevant to the question. In any
case it is of no importance to me If I do not like something I can
always change it to accommodate my needs. There is no point for me
continuing this conversation, I have tried to contribute my 2 cents and
that is all I can do at this point. Sorry for leading this thread away
from its original question.
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