[fpc-pascal] Division by Zero - not raised exception
Alain.Michaud at nrc-cnrc.gc.ca
Tue Apr 18 22:09:52 CEST 2006
I think that we all agree now and we should close this thread.
On Tue, 2006-04-18 at 16:04 +0200, Sasa Zeman wrote:
> > The problem was when you kept insisting that the compiler wastes
> > memory and should be optimized (with a target of 128MB physical
> Please read all carfully, you mis-interpreting whole thing again.
> If you want more developers in the team, simply "yes or not" is not enough.
> Explain how else to know more fact about current implementation without
> reading source and waste time on this. On that way I may want to look in the
> code and try to find way to optimize the process. You and Vreman constantly
> close the circle ("dead loop").
> In any event, you cannot say that compiler and linker algorithm is optimized
> enough for each platform.
> You also keep to ignore insulting and insinuations wrote here. If this is a
> way to prevent any suggestion and problem reporting, this mailing list
> should be declared "for developer only".
> > That does not force you to work with experimental features such as
> > the undocumented internal linker.
> That is not the point here. Please read Peter Vreman's and my own posts
> carfully again.
> > Unless you have no interest at all in providing commercial grade
> > support, because it's just a hobby and you want to be free regarding
> > how much time you spend on it, on what you spend it.
> Unless you calculate number od Delphi developer world wide.
> I doubt that anyone will skip the lucruative oportunity.
> And I doubt any contributor will work just for credit, except perhaps
> students or retirement people.
> > This is completely separate from the fact that we would have to
> > convince all those people to actually sign such a contract.
> That is the law - any unvalid document is worthless. Contributor have all
> right to requre fee after licence changing and without valid contract, this
> is just another "Perpetuum mobile"...
> In any event, we will see in the near future what will happend.
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