[fpc-pascal] writeln in fpc 2.0.2
Michael Van Canneyt
michael at freepascal.org
Tue May 30 23:16:18 CEST 2006
On Tue, 30 May 2006, Gustavo Enrique Jimenez wrote:
> I use Lazarus. So, I've upgraded fpc from 1.0.10 to 2.0.2 .
> I've recompiled my cgi apps, and now something is wrong: lines with
> more than 80 char writed with writeln seems to be "truncated" at
> position 80. A #10 char follows, an then the rest of the line.
> If I send the output to a text file, calling my app within a console,
> lines seems to be ok (they are not "truncated"). But when I see the
> source code of the html page returned by my cgi app, they are
> is it possible tha writeln is "truncating" lines with more than 80
> chars, adding an extra #10 char in byte 80 ?
> My system is : fpc 2.0.2, Debian Sarge on pentium.
> Thanks in advance !! (excuse my english)
> Gustavo Enrique Jiménez
> ps: Deep in the code, it is possible that crt unit is still linked
> (the cgi app comes from an old turbopascal console app). Also, I use
> oldlinux unit instead of baseunix, unix, linux units .
You MUST remove the CRT unit.
It's mentioned explicitly in the documentation that you are not allowed to use it for CGI.
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