[fpc-pascal]link from gtk.org

md md at realmwireless.com
Tue Oct 31 20:25:41 CET 2000


This message is for you.

You have helped in every way except for the following:

Please provide an absolute reference to an FTP site, a subdirectory, an
archive, and a file name
to obtain GDBPAS.

Your answers were helpful in understanding GDBINT and LIBGDB.A.

I am still TOTALLY in the dark on how to get GDBPAS.

Remember, an ABSOLUTE reference to a physical point in space for GDBPAS
is needed, not a casual or loose reference.


Mark Diener
md at realmwireless.com

Marco van de Voort wrote:
> [Charset iso-8859-15 unsupported, filtering to ASCII...]
> > Hello FPC developers:
> >
> > So far, I have been unsuccessful at obtaining GDBPAS.
> >
> > I was able to obtain libgdb.a from freepascal.org, but there is no
> > information
> > related to GDBPAS in there.
> >
> > Somebody please provide an absolute URL location for GDBPAS and I will
> > be grateful.
> >
> > Answers such as those given below are appreciated, but I am not
> > successful by
> > any means with the information given below.
> >
> > What is GDBPAS?   Does it replace or patch GDB 5.0?
> No, on 4.x. Afaik, patches for 5.x are not ready yet, or maybe not
> necessary. (the support would go into GDB in time)
> > Somebody mentioned GDBINT?   What does this do?  I found a GDBINT in my
> > source tarball.
> GDBINT is only the pascal interface to libgdb.a
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