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CT LAB ver 5.50 8 years 6 months ago #7936

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It supports Linux server side as well and has crossplatform clients. There is an issue with FPC RTTI with interfaces, but there is also workaround for that.

It may require some work, but it was possible to compile the framework with CT not so long ago. Getting to know it well enough to handle potential compilation issues may take time. I will give it a try when time permits.

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CT LAB ver 5.50 8 years 6 months ago #7937

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Sir,
we don't know the logic of the library
but we can help you.
The first step is, you to make the first port approach
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I have suggestion for new version.
Include PascalTZ TimeZone library into CT550
wiki.freepascal.org/PascalTZ
sourceforge.net/projects/lazarus-ccr/files/PascalTZ/

With this library you can find correct time for some timezone (e.g. Croatia) when utc time was in the past (e.g. 2014-03-12 10:00:00).
It checks database with timezone info for every state and every timezone inside state. This database is updated when some country switch timezone or dissapear or something else.
I think that North Korea moved time half and hour some day before, because they do not want Japan timezone :-)
It is very usefull when you save some historic data in UTC format and you want to now what local time was it.

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Thanks Sir
we will test and report
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Hello all,
Can you give us a tool to save and restore ALL the CT options ?
Can this tool save and restore CT options from windows to linux and from linux to windows too ?
PLEASE :( sir.
It's soooooooo boring when you configure several pc and system. And then update CT.... and again and again.
This tool would be VERY useful sir.
Thanks.

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We will try Sir
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Dinko wrote: I have suggestion for new version.
Include PascalTZ TimeZone library into CT550
wiki.freepascal.org/PascalTZ
sourceforge.net/projects/lazarus-ccr/files/PascalTZ/
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Regards, Dinko


It's in LAB CT 5.5 now,
pl_ExGeographic pkg
with database from www.iana.org/time-zones
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CT LAB ver 5.50 8 years 6 months ago #7943

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Thanks a lot ;)))
I think about it last night. Can you create a synchronized tool like Firefox do with bookmark, password, etc...
This backup/restore can be link with dropbox/gdrive or a personal FTP server.
After installation, users connect to their remote account and CT synchronize all the options.
This method could be used to save project in the future too ;)))

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Sir
after Generation V we will add
"Grid Programming" technology to CodeTyphon,
with Connection to "Web Programming Room" etc
Until then we must Solve/Fix a lot of problems...
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So, this difficulty (save/restore settings) will be solved with CT 6, that it ?

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No Sir
we will try to add this ability from next CT release.
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CT LAB ver 5.50 8 years 5 months ago #7962

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Problem with typhon 64
When you give visual form to the indy components to CT dies
CT5.30 ,CT5.40,CT5.50
Debian 7.8 ,Debian 8

typhon 32 work all

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Finally
1)-after many many problems, we build QT5Pas on FreeBSD 64 (ver 10.2).
Now FreeBSD has the same with Linux, Typhon IDE Host Platforms (GTK2, QT4 and QT5).

2)-NO MultiArch on FreeBSD 64 yet, but we will try again...(12xFreeBSD64 installations until now)
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2)-NO MultiArch on FreeBSD 64 yet, but we will try again...(12xFreeBSD64 installations until now)


1) fetch ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releas....1-RELEASE/lib32.txz
2) tar -xvpJf lib32.txz -C /
3) copy all 32 lib libraries needed for xorg and gtk, like libX11.so.6, (that you find in the 32 bit version of FreBSD) into /usr/lib32
=> this because FreeBSD is multiarch only for console, you need to add 32 bit GUI libraries for GUI applications too.

If you do pkg install wine => lot of work will be done because wine is 32 bit in FreeBSD.

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Thanks Sir
we will try
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Thanks Sir
we will try


Take a look at what pkg install wine does => it create /usr/lib32/wine directory and add all the needed 32 bit libraries.

I agree it is a long and boring work. I did it for "pure X" 64 bit system.
1) run a 32 bit GUI application from console.
2) note the error messages complaining for some missing libraries.
3) copy those missing libraries from a FreeBSD 32 bit system into => /usr/lib32/pilotlogic/

I agree, it is a hard work, mainly because the error message compain only about 1 missing library.
Once you have copy that library, there will be other message, untill all the libraries are copy in /usr/lib32/pilotlogic

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We will try again
after the release of LAB CT ver 5.5 revision 005420
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Debian 8 Jessie 64 bit
multi arch
CT 5.5
QT5
mulit arch

Typhon 32 indy work
Typhon 64 indy work

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Thanks Sir
QT5 need more coding...
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We release LAB CodeTyphon (CT) 5.5 Revision 005420
more info at first page.

Please test and report or suggest....
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