A common .dfm file can be selected but it is useful only in some simple cases.
I can see no simple case.
Quote from: PeterX on September 20, 2016, 04:09:15 pmI can see no simple case.Yes, even the simple cases require some manual editing.The recommended way is to use separate .dfm and .lfm files.
The recommended way is to use separate .dfm and .lfm files.
I've never tried this, but seriously, is there really a way from Lazarus back to Delphi? Even the opposite direction, from Delphi to Lazarus, is already very difficult, and I always thought this would be a one-way stree.
I currently maintain a large application running under both Delphi 5 and Lazarus 1.6This works.
What's the difference?
What's the advantage of maintaining an application for two IDEs? Or is it that the Lazarus version does not support all features of the Delphi version?