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remove outosave after compilation

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Bart:
In Lazarus you cannot.
Live with it (or use Delphi).

Bart

winni:

--- Quote from: Bart on September 23, 2021, 11:19:38 pm ---In Lazarus you cannot.
Live with it (or use Delphi).

Bart

--- End quote ---


Hi!

There is always a way:

Kill Lazarus with SIGKILL (9)

Not a nice way but it works.

Winni

wp:
Use a version control system like git or svn.

Bart:

--- Quote from: winni on September 23, 2021, 11:35:18 pm ---There is always a way:

Kill Lazarus with SIGKILL (9)

--- End quote ---

How is that going to achieve what Paolo wants:
- compile the changed but yet unsaved sourcecode
- do not save the source files before compilation

The compiler simply cannot use the changed sourcecode if it is not saved to file.

Bart

Paolo:
OK, thanks Bart, so it is not possible.

just a note: I found this a little annoying and dangerous, If I type something just to test and then I want come back I have to remember what has to be reverted (but even in case I did a wrong input in the code then it is saved !).  don't know how delphi works, it probably creates some backups, so until you explicitly do a save, closing the project leaves the project unchanged.

@wp, never used git or svn, maybe it is time to look at them

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