#2 Compiling Open Perl IDE

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nobody
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2002-08-26
2002-06-13
Anonymous
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I installed all the components and made a few minor
changes to the IDE and it compiled alright but the
docking windows went crazy. I did make one small
change to the docking component which I'm guessing
must be responsible. But it wouldn't compile for me as
was:

Change:

const
InternalDockHandler: TDockHandler = nil;

to:

var
InternalDockHandler: TDockHandler = nil;

I'm not entirely sure how that would cause it but since I
made no other changes I'm guessing it must of. I'm not
much of a delphi programmer myself so I was just kind
of messing around. Anyway, any help would be greatly
appreciated. Thanks.

Contact:
Ackbar81@hotmail.com

Discussion

  • Ascher Stefan

    Ascher Stefan - 2002-06-13

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    Try to activate "Assignable typed Constants" at the Compiler Page in the
    Project Options Dialog.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Ok did that and it compiled ok but now if any forms are
    undocked and I close out the app it gives me the following
    error:

    Access violation at address 0044E4CC in
    module 'PerlIDE.exe'. Read of address 0000178.

     
  • Ascher Stefan

    Ascher Stefan - 2002-06-14

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    What else have you changed? Does this also happen in the precompiled
    version?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Just added a file browsing window. It's not happening in the
    precompiled version no. And attempts at compiling a totaly
    unchanged version of the source result in the same problem.

    In case you need the info I'm compiling using Delphi 6
    Personal.

     
  • Ascher Stefan

    Ascher Stefan - 2002-06-15

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    I think we should switch to the Help Forum
    (http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=73753), see my
    reply there.

     
  • Ascher Stefan

    Ascher Stefan - 2002-08-26
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