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  • Eric Pearson
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    Lance --

    Really? Are you sure? I don't know how you could have gotten that impression...

    -- Eric

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  • Lance Edmonds
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    According to his email, Stephane wants us to implement a form of static-libraries. Oh yes... and OOP.

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  • Mike Doty
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    Put your code in a DLL.
    Do you use PB/DLL or PB/CC?
    It is in the manuals.


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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Thanks for the suggestions and the email... I'll pass them along to R&D.


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    Units, Porjects, Visual Designer

    Dear Dave,

    Sinds the possibility to work with units is deleted from both versions form PBCC/PBDLL, I just lost my mind, because it is difficult to program modulair. I love to program with units, because that are than precompiled codes that you can spread, because it’s difficult to spread your sourcecode, I wont to sell particular modules and than units are very welcome.
    I’d love to have that units are back imported and also possibility to work with projects, that gives a professional image.
    Because you can’t do anything else of projects and units if you will built in the OOP in the compilers from PBDOS/PBCC/PBDLL.

    Programming in units consists many advantages:
    The possibility to program units and to make bigger programs
    precompiled codes work faster
    You can spread units
    The making of statistical compilering

    Yours sincerely
    Stephane
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