[fpc-pascal] the libc unit (again)
giuliano.colla at fastwebnet.it
Sun Feb 24 01:03:24 CET 2008
Mattias Gaertner ha scritto:
> On Sat, 23 Feb 2008 15:45:22 +0100
> Giuliano Colla <giuliano.colla at fastwebnet.it> wrote:
>> Tanks for the hint, but grep (or Find in Files from IDE) has the big
>> disadvantage that you don't find only the declaration, but also all
>> the references. You search "FindFirst" and you find 200 entries...
> Lazarus / View / Code Browser / Levels / Show identifiers: execvp
> Disable 'show packages' and 'show units'
> It will show:
> Procedure Execvp(ProgName:String;Args:TStrings)
> function execvp(__file:Pchar;__argv:PPchar):longint
> Move the mouse over the entries to see a hint about its location and/or
> double click to jump to the source.
Thanks a lot for the hint.
Shakespeare would have said:
"There are more things in Lazarus IDE, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." :-)
>> Moreover if you search e.g. execvp, you'll never find TProcess, which
>> is the recommended way to start an external application.
>> That's why some help from developers, or experienced users, would be
>> more than welcome.
> Maybe you can start a wiki page.
I'll do it, but I can only put there my limited knowledge. I hope that
someone else will fill up the holes.
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