[fpc-pascal] uses myunit in '../src/myunit.pas' ?
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Sun Feb 12 08:07:49 CET 2017
On Sat, February 11, 2017 5:56 am, Fred van Stappen wrote:
> Unit names are considered to be unique, so strictly, for the compiler
> there is no need to specify the path explicitly in code when the unit path
> is given to the compiler when calling it from the command line.
> To do this, use the -Fu parameter when calling fpc to include ../src to
> the unit path.
> Tim Veldhuizen.
I have found some use cases for hard coded paths in the source files..
although these use cases are rare. I think even delphi main project DPR
file does this, if I remember correctly, but I found other uses cases
other than that. One example might be when you are writing a quick
program and don't want to send in a whole bunch of -Fu options and go into
dialog boxes in lazarus configuring it, so you just quickly write it in
your program ../someunit instead of configuring -Fu which can be obnoxious
and tedious.. But that's just one use case. Another use case, AFAIR was a
build system instead of gnu make.
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