[fpc-devel]Translation language file: danish
jonas at zeus.ugent.be
Sun Sep 12 15:46:59 CEST 2004
On 12 sep 2004, at 11:10, Christian Iversen wrote:
> parser_e_generic_methods_only_in_methods=03072_E_methods can be only
> in other
> methods called direct with type identifier of the class
I don't know what this one means either. From the source of the
compiler, it seems this message is written out if you use "inherited"
outside a method (e.g. in a normal procedure or function).
> parser_e_self_in_non_message_handler=03146_E_Self can only be an
> parameter in methods which are message handlers
It means that you can only declare a method which has a parameter
called "self" in case that method is declared as a message handler.
> execinfo_f_cant_process_executable=09028_F_Can't post process
> executable $1
The postprocessing (not post processing, that's what they do at the
post office :) only happens under Win32 (currently), and consists of
updating some fields in the executable header (such stack reserve and
> execinfo_x_stackreserve=09033_X_Reserveret stakstørrelse: $1 bytes
> execinfo_x_stackcommit=09034_X_Brugt stakstørrelse: $1 bytes
> unit_u_no_reload_is_caller=10049_U_Ingen genindlæsning, $1 er kalder
> unit_u_flag_for_reload=10051_U_Indstillinger for genindlæsning: $1
> unit_u_second_compile_unit=10054_U_Compilerer allerede $1, starter
These are kind of complex to explain, they have to do with whether or
not the compiler will recompile units and why.
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