ajventer at direqlearn.org
Mon May 12 13:15:07 CEST 2003
Well firstly, I am using 1.0.8 because I also use lazarus a lot.
And this stuff used to work, it changed after I upgraded mandrake. The
code as compiled on mdk 9.0 with the same compiler still runs.
I could considder JEDI, though I am given to wonder, Daniel's headers
are 480kb's JEDI is 14mb's. Why ? Did they translate the whole package ?
Furthermore JEDI is delphi, under FPC it can only be compiled in delphi
mode with a few hacks thrown in (believe me I have tried).
But the code I am trying to maintain is plain pascal calling on the SDL
units to get graphics - hardly a suitable situation.
Also I am still working (albeit slowly) on an SDL port of the graph
unit, which is now effectively halted.
On Mon, 2003-05-12 at 12:21, Marco van de Voort wrote:
> > On Mon, May 12, 2003 at 11:59:39AM +0200, A.J. Venter wrote:
> > > I tried mail Daniel Moissette first, but his e-mail bounces.
> > > SDL4Freepascal does not appear to work with the latest versions of SDL.
> > >
> > > Everything compiles just fine, but known-good code crashes (216) when
> > > you run it. The first time you call SDL-init the programs die.
> > > This ONLY affects code compiled against the latest versions, code
> > > compiled on earlier versions, will still run on the latest one.
> > eeeek, This is not good. I have programs I've written that use the
> > wonderfull SDL ported bindings that Daniel Moissette did. It's too bad
> > he doesn't maintain it anymore. One of us needs to get the latest SDL
> > library and create fpc bindings... (I don't have any idea how yet, still
> > working on creating fpc binding for sqlite www.sqlite.org )
> I just received a mail from the Jedi developpers about SDL a few days back.
> They said that the Jedi SDL also work with 1.0.4.
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