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by wallyg
Feb 01, 2020 18:13
Forum: Projects
Topic: FB debugger : 2.96 32/64 BIT ..... (2020/02/17)
Replies: 624
Views: 153547

Re: FB debugger : 2.93 32/64 BIT ..... (Sept 5th, 2018)

I tried to send you the source code files but I got this response. Sorry, we were unable to deliver your message to the following address. <debug@aliceads.fr>: 554: 5.7.1 <debug@aliceads.fr>: Relay access denied --- Below this line is a copy of the message. DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relax...
by wallyg
Feb 01, 2020 10:09
Forum: Projects
Topic: FB debugger : 2.96 32/64 BIT ..... (2020/02/17)
Replies: 624
Views: 153547

Re: FB debugger : 2.93 32/64 BIT ..... (Sept 5th, 2018)

Update on the above problem.

I have found my pointer problem. The program now works as expected.

So I assume that means I have not crossed any limit problem with the compiler.

Wally
by wallyg
Jan 31, 2020 23:48
Forum: Projects
Topic: FB debugger : 2.96 32/64 BIT ..... (2020/02/17)
Replies: 624
Views: 153547

Re: FB debugger : 2.93 32/64 BIT ..... (Sept 5th, 2018)

I am getting the same error. "NO information for Debugging","Compile again with option -g"+Chr(10)+"And in case of GCC 4 add also '-Wc -gstabs+' or '-Wc -gdwarf-2'" Here is the log file from WinFbe Primary Source: C:\Users\wfgaz\Dropbox\HTMLprocessor\Designer.bas Target...
by wallyg
Dec 17, 2019 5:09
Forum: General
Topic: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]
Replies: 13
Views: 326

Re: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]

Thank you to everyone that helped me understand what is going on. I think I understand now. As my wife says, sometimes I need a good kick in the head to understand.

Wally
by wallyg
Dec 16, 2019 23:59
Forum: General
Topic: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]
Replies: 13
Views: 326

Re: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]

Yes with some liberal uses of #print typeof(...) I have determined that TypeOf(*(This.location[i])) returns that the expression is of type (pyObject) But TypeOf(*(This.location+i)) returns that the expression is of type (pyObject Ptr) - What I read the documentation is saying for both cases. Remembe...
by wallyg
Dec 16, 2019 22:33
Forum: General
Topic: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]
Replies: 13
Views: 326

Re: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]

I appreciate everyone telling me the two statements will generate the same result and both are functionally the same. So why do I get a compiler error, when I use the second line with [] and not with the one using the + I have read and reread the documentation and I completely agree with everyone th...
by wallyg
Dec 16, 2019 21:57
Forum: General
Topic: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]
Replies: 13
Views: 326

Re: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]

On the last line, you are missing the initial *. I think that might be important. It is not clear what part of the line is causing the error to be printed. *(This.location+i)= d Works fine and does not cause a compile-time error But *(This.location[i])= d does cause an error. Whatever the definition...
by wallyg
Dec 16, 2019 20:57
Forum: General
Topic: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]
Replies: 13
Views: 326

Re: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]

Thank you very much for your response. I do appreciate any help I can get. Yes, I read in the documentation that the two lines should produce the same result. Then why did I get the error message? Maybe it has something to do with the pointer to pointer you ignored? I just want to know why I am gett...
by wallyg
Dec 16, 2019 19:11
Forum: General
Topic: Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]
Replies: 13
Views: 326

Pointer+offset verses Pointer[offset]

Have I read the documentation wrong? given . dim as pyObject Ptr Ptr location . with . Type pyList Extends pyObject ' return cast(pyList Ptr,*(This.location+i)) compiles without error. But return cast(pyList Ptr,*(This.location[i])) compiles with Error 28: Expected pointer, before ')' in ' return ca...
by wallyg
Nov 09, 2019 17:30
Forum: Libraries
Topic: Header updates for Gtk-3.0 and others
Replies: 6
Views: 5263

Re: Header updates for Gtk-3.0 and others

Thank you for the update, it is most appreciated.

After GTK 4.0 comes out, and you hear of a Windows 10 version, I would greatly appreciate finding out where I can download it.

Thank you again for all your great work.
by wallyg
Jan 05, 2019 1:33
Forum: General
Topic: #macro Elipsis and #if not working together
Replies: 2
Views: 323

#macro Elipsis and #if not working together

Or I have a total misunderstanding of this using C:\FB\WinFBE_Suite\FreeBASIC-1.06.0\fbc -g -s gui -mt "fbSIR.bas" I have a macro #Macro Signal(Name,Detail,RetValue,Arguments...) . . . SignalArgument(Arguments) propNofSignals += 1 #EndMacro #Macro SignalArgument(TofArg,NofArg,IsPointer,Arg...
by wallyg
Dec 14, 2018 8:46
Forum: Libraries
Topic: SQLite 3. Any update since 1.05 release 3 years ago?
Replies: 13
Views: 1618

Re: SQLite 3. Any update since 1.05 release 3 years ago?

I really appreciate all the help with this project. Thank you for taking the time to generate these files.

Wally
by wallyg
Dec 14, 2018 0:22
Forum: Libraries
Topic: SQLite 3. Any update since 1.05 release 3 years ago?
Replies: 13
Views: 1618

Re: SQLite 3. Any update since 1.05 release 3 years ago?

Thank you for the information.

The SQLite website has a set of window binaries, could they be used with the *.bi file produced by fbfrog?

Wally
by wallyg
Dec 13, 2018 21:49
Forum: Libraries
Topic: SQLite 3. Any update since 1.05 release 3 years ago?
Replies: 13
Views: 1618

SQLite 3. Any update since 1.05 release 3 years ago?

I wanted to use SQLite 3 in a new project and checked out the documentation on its website. The documentation is for the current version 3.26. The Freebasic 1.05 version of SQLite3.bi file is for 3.8.11.1. Did not find documentation for version 3.8. Since this is a new project, I wondered if there w...
by wallyg
Sep 19, 2018 20:00
Forum: General
Topic: How much information about a type is remembered at runtime?
Replies: 11
Views: 788

Re: How much information about a type is remembered at runtime?

I appreciate the information. I will read these together with studing the above example to help me understand the concepts better and apply them to my project.

Thanks again

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