[fpc-pascal] Division by Zero - not raised exception
Marco van de Voort
marcov at stack.nl
Mon Apr 17 15:04:01 CEST 2006
> > hint. Since 1/0=Inf is IEEE compliant, it's no real error. If people
> > really want an error, they can create their own error msg file making
> > the hint an error.
> Unfortunatelly, this is a major problem with specific environment and type
> of application... :-(
> In this case, I consider it is much productively to concentrate on
> optimization of internal linker as well as compiler for computers with
> small phisical memory (<=128MB on Windows). Compiler, as well as internal
> linker currently consume over 80MB each for simples Lazarus application.
I think even _if_ there is a focus on getting the memusage down (and there
is, it is one of the internal linkers objectives), it should be more to let
Lazarus perform optimally with say 512-1024MB memory, and not to try to
squeeze it into sub 128 MB. That would be counterproductive.
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