Author Topic: FPC (Lazarus) vs. Delphi forms  (Read 23633 times)

Robert Gilland

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Re: FPC (Lazarus) vs. Delphi forms
« Reply #15 on: May 30, 2010, 05:57:37 pm »
You wouldn't if you don't have a unit output path set


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Re: FPC (Lazarus) vs. Delphi forms
« Reply #16 on: May 30, 2015, 02:41:59 pm »
Sorry for bringing up this old thread again.

I am trying to keep using DFM forms that open sorrecftly in both Lazarus and Delphi and I am *extremely* close. However, for big forms it is annoying I have to click ignore 100+ times for unknown properties that do not matter (I fix all that matter using a variety of techniques - e.g. own component wrappers or set properties runtime instead) ... is there a way to configure Lazarus to ignore certain properties? (e.g. ExplicitWidth, ExplicitHeight etc.)

(I have tried to see if it was feasible using a class helper to reimplement published properties, but using a class helper, I could not successfully add new publsihed propertis recognized by the form designer)

It would also be anice with an option that simply silently removed unknown properties or properties with unknown values when opening DFM forms


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