[fpc-pascal]Yet another impossible task
becker at lufa-speyer.de
Sat Sep 4 01:15:45 CEST 2004
Am Donnerstag, 2. September 2004 11:23 schrieb Jérémie LEFRANCOIS:
What does this "writing to screen" accually need to do. Create colors?
change charator fonts? You mentiononed Create Windows for example.
Probably ANYTHING you need to do can be done with the oCrt or nCrt
units. Remember the win.pas unit in Turbopascal. I have a
working portation for that if you want it. Compiles for DOS or LINUX.
Could it be that your TSR is a simple ANSI.SYS display driver?
> I would be very happy to solve the following problem, any suggestion is
> welcome. I work with MS-DOS 6.2, trying to port from TP55 to Freepascal
> GO32. There is a terminate stay resident program (for which I have no
> access to the sources) that deals with the interface part of the
> application (GUI). It is started and installed at boot time (remember the
> old autoexec.bat). It is the acceessed by just writing to the screen
> sequences with a special begin sequence and end sequence. To put it more
> simply, in order to open a window the Pascal program must issue a
> writeln('#19#254#1,'open window mywindow.aid',#1); I want to avoid writing
> over again all the screen managing routines.
> Of course I know that the TSR concept is 16 bits and that freepascal works
> in 32 bit.
> Any ideas ?
> Jérémie Lefrançois
> Altran Technologies
> fpc-pascal maillist - fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org
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