[fpc-pascal]Classes/Objects/Pointers / Pointer Help

Michael Van Canneyt michael.vancanneyt at wisa.be
Tue Feb 11 15:24:16 CET 2003

On Tue, 11 Feb 2003, Anton Tichawa wrote:

> Hello!
> > If you keep it runnnable on windoze and go32v2, I'll help you to test it. I
> Well, the test program I think of needs to:
> 1. create pascal sources and configuration files & write them to disk
> 2. start the compiler and review it's console output
> 3. start the created application
> 4. check the results of the created application, including "killing crashed
> applications"
> It's a lot of work, if not impossible, to view output, and to start and kill
> applications under microsoft widowsm, and there's more danger in actually
> letting an application crash. So what would be needed for keeping it running
> under windows and go32v2?
> The idea of a non-OOP test first is good. I think the first test target
> should be a 'hello, world?' program that display 'hello, world?' and then
> continuously examines the keyboard and draws some kind of progress. This,
> too, is very hard to do under windows.

I suggest you check out the tests; it does all you describe.

cvs co tests

will get all tests. The tests can be run on any platform.


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