[fpc-pascal]No runtime range checking?

Lee, John John.Lee at logicacmg.com
Thu Oct 2 13:19:33 CEST 2003

You might want to put -gl in there too, so if there is run time error it
tells you where...J

> FPC doesn't even complain about range exceeded whether
> during compilation or runtime... isn't this an egregious
> violation of Pascal's strict typing philosophy?  Does
> Turbo Pascal/Delphi behave this way as well?

Or put -Cr in your fpc.cfg file

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