[fpc-pascal] Pascal Compiler - Missing Messages etc.
RainerStratmann at t-online.de
Fri Jul 21 16:00:22 CEST 2006
Am Freitag, 21. Juli 2006 15:07 schrieb Micha Nelissen:
> Rainer Stratmann wrote:
> > Partly I agree, but, what has a good programmer to do with internals of
> > any os? That a programmer should be an intelligent person does not mean
> > that it could not be an advantage if fpc run "out of the box".
> What do you count as "internals" ? Surely the programmer should be
> familiar with basic directory layout ? Just like windows has C:\Windows,
> C:\Program Files, etc. unix has other conventions. I wouldn't count
> these as "internals" of the OS.
Yes, ideally the programmer should know all of it in any os.
To simplify it, internals for me are things because a program does not run.
O.K. the conventions of Linux I don't know exactly...
I don't know at the moment what /usr/local/ is good for...
But is it necessary to know it for programming?
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