[fpc-pascal] RE: Possibly a dumb question.... (Jennifer Usher)

Joost van der Sluis joost at cnoc.nl
Mon Dec 28 23:41:49 CET 2009

On Mon, 2009-12-28 at 23:08 +0200, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
> 2009/12/28 Jeff Miller <miller at psy.otago.ac.nz>:
> > with that error too. It seems you must save the project once
> > before you can compile it.  After the first save, you can make
> > changes and recompile without saving again, but that
> > first save seems to be crucial.
> Please report this in Mantis as a Windows specific bug. Under Linux
> (just tried again with latest SVN version) one could always (as long
> as I can remember) compile and run projects without saving them. The
> IDE automatically saves the project to the global /tmp directory
> (which has read/write access for all users on the system). I would
> have thought under Windows it would use a similar process, using the
> logged-in users temp directory somewhere inside "Documents and
> Settings" directory.

Please try again first using a recent snapshot. I think this bug is
solved long ago..


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