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Message from: "Farshad Mohajeri"

 

"German Pablo Gentile" .

> Any plans?

 

Yes, there are plans but that will happen after regular version 1.0.0 is

released.

The biggest problem here is IDE integration which is totally a different

universe compared with Delphi IDE.

 

 

 

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Message from: "German Pablo Gentile"

 

El 20/10/10 09:45, Farshad Mohajeri escribió:

> "German Pablo Gentile" .

>> Any plans?

>

> Yes, there are plans but that will happen after regular version 1.0.0 is

> released.

> The biggest problem here is IDE integration which is totally a different

> universe compared with Delphi IDE.

 

I believe you can leave ide integration for a second step and put your

efforts and make it easy to build on lazaraus/fpc. In my experience,

working with RO/DA library, for example, i can code in Delphi and build

on linux using lazarus. That must be the point...

 

Best regards.

 

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Message from: "Farshad Mohajeri"

 

"German Pablo Gentile" wrote in message

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> El 20/10/10 09:45, Farshad Mohajeri escribió:

>> "German Pablo Gentile" .

>>> Any plans?

>>

>> Yes, there are plans but that will happen after regular version 1.0.0 is

>> released.

>> The biggest problem here is IDE integration which is totally a different

>> universe compared with Delphi IDE.

>

> I believe you can leave ide integration for a second step and put your

> efforts and make it easy to build on lazaraus/fpc. In my experience,

> working with RO/DA library, for example, i can code in Delphi and build on

> linux using lazarus. That must be the point...

>

 

Good point.

Well, that was my object too. To make unigui projects FPC compilable first

and leave the designer integration to somewhere in future.

 

 

 

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