[fpc-pascal]Where is the error?

Olle Raab olle.r at automagika.se
Wed Sep 1 11:48:07 CEST 2004

04-09-01 09.29, skrev Michael.VanCanneyt at Wisa.be f├Âljande:

> On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Marc Santhoff wrote:
>> Am Di, den 31.08.2004 schrieb Michalis Kamburelis um 22:25:
>>> When you compile using -S2 parameter you are compiling in objfpc mode.
>>> This mode is not exactly compatible with Delphi. In this particular
>>> case, the problem is that in objfpc mode method parameters can't have
>>> the same name as the object properties and fields (that's what
>>> "Duplicate identifier ..." errors mean). That's often very nice
>>> safety-check, however it makes many Delphi code invalid in objfpc mode.
>>> Solution is to compile in delphi mode:
>>> fpc -Mdelphi mat.pas
>>> works OK.
>> This leads me to the question:
>> Is it "legal" to link together objects compiled in different modes? (I
>> haven't tried if it is possible at all ...)
>> For example Alan would compile his matrix stuff in delphi mode and link
>> to other object files compiled in objpas mode?
> This is not a problem. The generated code is the same, independent of the
> mode. The mode only affects the parsing, and how identifiers are
> interpreted.

But can Delphi classes be used if you are in e g TP mode ?

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