rimga at ktl.mii.lt
Tue Mar 12 11:31:53 CET 2002
> At 10:14 12/03/2002 , vous avez écrit:
> >1.0.6 (others also) Windows version FPC. Bug: FPC converts filenames to 8.3 format writting scripts "ppas.bat", "link.res".
> >Why if you are under Windows? Because of this bug we can use only ASCII (7 bit) simbols in filenames.
> Mainly because the used GNU tools
> asw.exe and ldw.exe do not support long filenames...
> (and especially don't accept 8-bit characters)
No, you are wrong. They support long filenames. If you do not trust me, download my modified 1.0.4 version compiler from: whitch supports 8- bit characters in filenames (also spaces, because it is one more bug in 1.0.4 version)(simple replace compiler in your "fpc\win32\bin" directory). Only one problem for full support is unit names because they must be equal to filename. But this problem is also easy solved. Match more there are support for 8-bit characters in program source (in identifiers).
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