[fpc-pascal] Lazarus and FPC integration

Micha Nelissen micha at neli.hopto.org
Sun Oct 30 21:51:58 CET 2005

On Sun, 30 Oct 2005 13:48:52 -0600
Elio Cuevas Gómez <elio at mixtk.com> wrote:

> > > e) The problem with beign Delphi-like (or visual design-centric) is
> > > that it imposes some pretty ugly designs on the programmer, and this
> > > creates bad habits. For small projects this is obviously not a
> > > problem, but when you have to reuse code that comes with huge programs
> > > designed with these methods in mind, it can be a pain in the ass. (not
> > > entirely Lazarus' fault, though).
> >
> > What bad designs does it impose the programmer?? I have a big interest
> > to know because I like to make a as reusable as possible code. Are you
> > talking about the form designer??
> This is a common problem with "visual" IDE's, they are focused in 
> implementation speed and not overall project quality, this had already been 
> discused in other places. As Agustin pointed this is not visible for small 
> Form1 based projects but it gets bad as the project grows. I agree this is 
> not entirely Lazarus' fault too.

I'd like to know why this isn't a problem in Eclipse or KDevelop, but is in


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