[ros-general] writing file manager / how to use lex?
rob at koepferl.de
Tue Mar 23 12:05:53 CET 2004
Does there exist a OSS-Compiler which is capable of compiling Delphi
I think such thing like FreePascal will do, but the VCL is the Problem...
Mauricio Abre schrieb:
> VERY well said Brian!
> It seems to be here a strong opposing force to anything that it is not
> coded in plain C,
> I just say: Good luck and very best wishes with your project Jan Tisje!!
> PS: Sorry, I'm not an active ROS developer, I went for other projects
> that meets more my current needs, but when I can give my sincere
> opinions here, I do it.. I just want the best to this project, and
> censorship is not in my list, unless it is something harmful or VERY
> contradictive... I think an alternate explorer will not harm anybody,
> even if it is written in other language ;)
> Best regards and best wishes to every one with all iniciative regarding
> this project!
> Brian Palmer wrote:
>> This reminds me of all the linux guys saying "why not just use and
>> linux instead of writing your own". I say go ahead and have fun with it.
>> My $0.02
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ros-general-bounces at reactos.com
>> [mailto:ros-general-bounces at reactos.com] On Behalf Of Jason Filby
>> Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 10:38 AM
>> To: ros-general at reactos.com
>> Subject: Re: [ros-general] writing file manager / how to use lex?
>> Jan Tisje wrote:
>>> it seems to me, ROS exp is far from finished, too. and first view was
>>> not what I was expecting from a file manager. Well, i do not know
>>> anything about the internals. is anything
>> Hi Jan
>> ROS Explorer being far from finished doesn't seem like a valid reason
>> to start from scratch again. There's no reason you can't write an
>> alternative, but I do think that you should first consider furthering
>> ROS Explorer. Another plus for ROS Explorer is that it's written in
>> C++ and can be compiled with MingW. A Delphi shell will not easily be
>> included with the ReactOS distribution - but perhaps that's not what
>> you want anyway. These are not reasons not to begin work on your file
>> manager - just things to be aware of before you begin.
>> The webpage for ROS Explorer is here:
>> The source code is in the ReactOS source under:
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