[Lazarus] Cross-platform using TRegistry - how to?

Salvatore Coppola coppolastudio at gmail.com
Wed May 6 10:47:50 CEST 2020

I suppose is an hidden file in home or in .config

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Il giorno 4 Mag 2020, 00:41, alle ore 00:41, Bo Berglund via lazarus <lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org> ha scritto:
>I am porting a Windows service application to Linux ARM (RPi4).
>The Windows version is a service and as such its config data resides
>in the Registry below HKLM.
>The Linux version will be a Daemon and I would like as much of the
>code stay unaltered to avoid conversion bugs.
>Now I have read that the FPC TRegistry class is able to use the
>original commands for reading/writing the data by instead using some
>form of ini- or xml-file store on UNIX.
>The existing system written in Delphi2007 uses the following key
>HKLM\SOFTWARE\Companyname\Applicationname\Server\(named values)
>HKLM\SOFTWARE\Companyname\Applicationname\Configuration\(named values)
>But how does this work and where/how are the data actually stored in a
>Linux file system?
>I have tried to google this but my search skills are not good enough
>so I came up empty-handed....
>Any insight on this very much appreciated.
>Bo Berglund
>Developer in Sweden
>lazarus mailing list
>lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org
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