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by speedfixer
Jun 24, 2019 4:36
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: version -v
Replies: 0
Views: 62

version -v

from https://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=22958&start=15 @coderjeff: If you don't mind listing out some specifics for '-version -v' verbose version information I will do my best to add. Thanks. Sorry, missed that invitation earlier. My suggestions: target/platform/bits/etc (I...
by speedfixer
Jun 20, 2019 20:07
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: fb 1.07 tests
Replies: 12
Views: 522

Re: fb 1.07 tests

Very useful options - for debugging. Certainly this makes for a simpler task when helping a beginner: you don't have to instruct them to recompile, recompile with different options. But these options won't help most beginners: they just don't have that difficult a problem, not that complex type of c...
by speedfixer
Jun 20, 2019 15:32
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: fb 1.07 tests
Replies: 12
Views: 522

Re: fb 1.07 tests

My vote: -strip default

david
by speedfixer
May 30, 2019 20:37
Forum: Linux
Topic: FreeBasic 0.90.1 for ARM 6 / 7 devices.
Replies: 42
Views: 23257

Re: FreeBasic 0.90.1 for ARM 6 / 7 devices.

That program works fine on my rPI 3B+ and my zero W.

Version 1.06.0 (11-22-2018), built for linux-arm (32bit)


david
by speedfixer
May 26, 2019 16:07
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: New array features
Replies: 83
Views: 3848

Re: New array features

I like the syntax. Similar to the direct graphics functions. At this point, a programmer should expect and accept a slightly steeper learning curve. This isn't vanilla BASIC anymore. doesn´t mean you could return an array Just pass the pointer to the array as the result. Declare your UDT common shar...
by speedfixer
May 26, 2019 15:39
Forum: Documentation
Topic: Wiki improvements
Replies: 335
Views: 24064

Re: Wiki improvements

re: MrSwiss comments Some people don't like my posts. Not everyone is trying to be a star or gather points by making a comment that does not contribute. Should I stop? fxm works hard to provide value. Even if I disagree with him (and he with me) he still is trying to contribute, not just make noise....
by speedfixer
May 26, 2019 15:24
Forum: Documentation
Topic: Wiki improvements
Replies: 335
Views: 24064

Re: Wiki improvements

fxm does bring in side topics frequently, but he usually has something on his mind when he does this, and then drags it out into multiple posts. Give him time to finish his thought and see where he goes first before you jump too quick . Personally, what is the problem? Scope is scope and we don't ne...
by speedfixer
May 24, 2019 6:04
Forum: General
Topic: commandline option -PRINT TARGET
Replies: 0
Views: 91

commandline option -PRINT TARGET

The compiler is smart: that's good. For Raspberry PI, when I do a fbc -print target I get 'linux-arm' as the reply on both my 3B+ and my zeroW. Yes, both are linux-arm, but one is armv7l, the other is armv6l as answered by 'uname -m' command. I use this to steer/direct compiling to destination folde...
by speedfixer
May 23, 2019 2:12
Forum: Windows
Topic: How to use correct Common Shared syntax?
Replies: 17
Views: 567

Re: How to use correct Common Shared syntax?

If you compile some modules to either a dynamic loadable or a static module, then the result is a separate obj source module, not FB code. If the only include statements are INCLUDE, and those contain only FB source code, these will be imported and folded with the 'main' source, then the total will ...
by speedfixer
May 22, 2019 23:47
Forum: Windows
Topic: How to use correct Common Shared syntax?
Replies: 17
Views: 567

Re: How to use correct Common Shared syntax?

If all the files will be included into one source, then compiled, only one SHARED is needed. So, if your 'main' code includes the others, only one SHARED - and that must appear above its use. If you compile to separate modules, then include those modules, EACH will need the declaration - as a COMMON...
by speedfixer
May 18, 2019 17:50
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: New array features
Replies: 83
Views: 3848

Re: New array features

I change my opinion.

I disagree that people won't look at the implementation.
Or rather, if they don't know what they are looking at, it doesn't matter.
The code has always been available.
by speedfixer
May 18, 2019 0:42
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: New array features
Replies: 83
Views: 3848

Re: New array features

Then, paul doe, what are you suggesting? With your quote, perhaps I don't understand part what is suggested as a difference. Why would someone NOT look at code source - rtlib or not; separated source or not - to understand how features work? C source or not? While we might DESIRE that all source is ...
by speedfixer
May 17, 2019 23:52
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: New array features
Replies: 83
Views: 3848

Re: New array features

[edit after quick test] *Sometimes* it may not result in a larger executable, but that isn't a secure or predictable enough statement that I would make. Certain: the base runtime lib is still larger. That means a longer compile time. Might not be much but ... When I recompile my libraries, that is 2...
by speedfixer
May 17, 2019 19:00
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: New array features
Replies: 83
Views: 3848

Re: New array features

back to this: @Juergen Kuehlwein: Before making a new pull request i would like to know, what would be the preferred/best way of implementing the new array features (sort, insert, delete). I see three ways to go: 1.) as is - add it as include file (definitions and run time code in array.bi). The fea...
by speedfixer
May 13, 2019 21:27
Forum: General
Topic: rPI and compile
Replies: 1
Views: 149

Re: rPI and compile

I am thinking I may have included one of the pigpio object files twice. Still checking. Otherwise, FB on the PI works great. I am using the pigpio daemon library @ https://github.com/joan2937 My opinion: this is a much more complete and easier to use library set than the WiringPI, BCM2708 or BCM 283...

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