[Lazarus] Quick Modern Object Pascal Introduction, for Programmers

Dennis cyraid at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 02:40:10 CEST 2016

Instead of doing an svn update in place, it should store the binaries in
your home folder, and then run those instead (kinda like what Dropbox
does). I agree.. should never have to sudo.. either make a repository for
updates, or store the source and svn it from the user home folder if
necessary (or both).

- Dennis Fehr

On Wed, Jun 22, 2016, 6:38 PM Michalis Kamburelis <michalis.kambi at gmail.com>

> > Also, as a Linux user, the instructions to modify the "sudoers" (to
> > never ask for password), and then run the CodeTyphon with "sudo" are
> > kind of a show-stopper. Running with "sudo" is something you should
> > never do with an IDE... And it's certainly absolutely not required for
> > vanilla FPC or Lazarus.
> Sorry, reading the instructions closer -- it seems you only need to
> run "sudo codetyphon" to update it, not for regular usage. Well,
> that's still rather bad (together with the description to modify
> sudoers) and should not be necessary (it would be nice to be able to
> install it for current user, without sudo, not system wide). Although
> it's not as scary as I made it out to be above:)
> Regards,
> Michalis
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