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General / Re: Call to Delphi Twain
« Last post by jamie on Today at 08:05:41 pm »
I don't know if this is just coincidence or what ever, but I just tried out one of my other apps that has Twain support for it
, did a complete recompile because I was modifying some buttons and noticed my twain does not work anymore.

  I don't have any supported devices installed in this PC but the default test device should appear and it does not.

 The only other thing I can think of is I just had a windows update prior to doing this..

  it fails doing the EnumerateDeviceList, the dummy twain isn't coming back..

 I suppose I could install a scanner to test this..
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General / Re: Fortes report 324 an Lazarus 2.0.2 ... error ...
« Last post by Thausand on Today at 07:54:04 pm »
Hi hello Patrice68,

I no use self Fortez. You write have download manual but i think can find in OPM (http://wiki.freepascal.org/Online_Package_Manager) and maybe work better ?
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General / Fortes report 324 an Lazarus 2.0.2 ... error ...
« Last post by Patrice68 on Today at 07:34:37 pm »
Hello everyone,
Long-time user of Delphi, new in Lazarus (a few hours) :)

I downloaded and installed the latest version of Lazarus (# 2.0.2).
I found Fortes Report [url] https://sourceforge.net/projects/fortes4lazarus/files/fortesreport-3.24-LCL-R2.zip/download [/ url]
I opened Fortes324forlaz.lpk
And when I compile it, I have errors:
- rlprinters.pas (125,10) Error: Identify not found "OpenPrinter"
- rlprinters.pas (128,44) Error: incompatible type for arg no. 5: You have "Longword", wait for "PDWord"
- rlprinters.pas (133,58) Error: incompatible type for arg no. 5: You have "Longword", wait for "PDWord"

An article was published previously with identical problems but it was talking about Lazarus 0.9.30 ... there was a problem of version compatibility.

Is it not possible to compile FortesReport on Lazarus 2.0.2?
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Linux / Re: GTK DEBUG message from every app.
« Last post by Rovert on Today at 07:21:16 pm »
The reason is not actually GTK or gnome. The message GTK [DEBUG] Name com.canonical.AppMenu.Registrar does not exist on the session bus is because ubuntu switched from unity to gnome.
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Android / Lazarus + LAMW - minor problem when installing debug APKs
« Last post by Manlio on Today at 06:47:43 pm »
Hello,

If I use Ctrl-F1 to compile a LAMW project and install the APK to my phone through a USB cable, everything works fine.

And by the way: kudos for choosing Ctrl-F1 as the keyboard shortcut. At first it was just another annoying new thing to learn, and I thought, why not something with F9, which we are all used to. But now I enjoying using Ctrl-F1 because I can do it with one hand :)

Anyway, when I go Ctrl-F1, if there's no phone connected to the computer, the Lazarus IDE freezes, and I have to force close it and restart it.

So, definitely not a big deal, but if you can think of an easy way to prevent that crash, it would be nice.

Thanks everyone!
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Third party / Re: Fpcupdeluxe
« Last post by giahung1997 on Today at 06:26:29 pm »
When will we have next version of NewPascal? Sorry for being offtopic here. But I found NewPascal doesn't have Dynamic Library project type like normal Lazarus. Does my eyes just be problematic? If I'm right, why? I liked to do many weird things. Like tried to use gtk2 widgetset on Windows. I set up everything right and normal Lazarus compiled the sample gui app just fine but NewPascal give me a bunch of errors, weird.
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Beginners / Re: [WANTED] Intrusive data structures
« Last post by julkas on Today at 06:06:58 pm »
Same as C, (ab)use a preprocessor.
@marcov thanks. I will try your advice.
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Beginners / Re: [WANTED] Intrusive data structures
« Last post by marcov on Today at 05:37:49 pm »
How to program this example in pure Pascal?

Same as C, (ab)use a preprocessor.
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General / Re: How to detect internet connection!
« Last post by 440bx on Today at 04:51:04 pm »
No... external IP, and not even my direct IP. You are being silly. (or have not sufficient understanding how routing works)
Look up my original postings. Both links are still up after all those years. Also demonstrates the difference.  :-X :-X.... Plz take note... You deserve my mild insults...
And YES testing an internet connection can only be done through a full connection. Happens to be my job.. just in case...Anything else can be spoofed from a local network.
(Hence that site is fully static and doesn't need https)
Your posts indicate that your job most likely consists in arguing about things you know nothing, it is likely due to your extensive experience in that area that it might very well be the only thing you do well.

Very impressive!

I enjoy the amusement (another thing you provide for free)... keep going :)
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General / Re: How to detect internet connection!
« Last post by Thaddy on Today at 04:38:48 pm »
In my case I give you your ip for free.... 8-)
You're really funny.  Every internet connection you make has your ip.  So nice of you to give one's IP for free... a real Santa Ip you are. :)
No... external IP, and not even my direct IP. You are being silly. (or have not sufficient understanding how routing works)
Look up my original postings. Both links are still up after all those years. Also demonstrates the difference.  :-X :-X.... Plz take note... You deserve my mild insults...
And YES testing an internet connection can only be done through a full connection. Happens to be my job.. just in case...Anything else can be spoofed from a local network.
(Hence that site is fully static and doesn't need https)
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