[Lazarus] WriteLn back to the GUI

Sven Barth pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 26 14:19:30 CEST 2013

Am 26.10.2013 11:48 schrieb "ListMember" <listmember at letterboxes.org>:
> On 2013-10-26 11:45, Sven Barth wrote:
>> > If we could say that with enouh conjfidence, I'd gladly shift my focus
to fcl-passrc.
>> The main tests for what FPC supports and what not is for one compiling
(or in this context at least "parsing") the compiler's source, the RTL and
the packages. Additionally there are the tests which should either succeed
or dail to compile/run (and when a new feature is added at least one test
is added). So in my opinion the ability to correctly parse compiler, RTL
and packages sources plus correctly parsing all tests that should compile
and failing all tests that should fail would be enough in my opinion.
> OK, then. I'll take a look at that one. Thanks.

And of course additional tests can be added and maybe we'll also need to
mark some tests as "parses, but fails to compile" (e.g. to test linker
errors, semantic errors or whatever).
Additionally one could try to make fcl-passrc a fragmentary parser so that
it could be used for an IDE like Lazarus as well (code depublication) or
for a Pascal script engine (I know there are already DWScript and

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