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    Lazarus Users Welcome to The Site!

    This is officially your welcoming message to join in on discussions on the site all you Lazarus enthusiasts!

    Lazarus is consistantly growing as fast as is Free Pascal it's self. I think that it's great that such projects have such involvedment and to that effect, I would like to have a volume of Lazarus related topics flowing through PGD. Because I know that there is alot of your guys out there that use it or want to use it. Here is where, like in the Delphi and Kylix forum, you'd post questions that are Lazarus specific.
    Jason McMillen
    Pascal Game Development
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    Lazarus Users Welcome to The Site!

    Great to see a Lazarus forum Will. As Lazarus becomes more and more stable, it'll just keep getting better and better.

    I hope to see lots of topics as well, as I'm just learning Object Pascal, and every bit helps.

    For anyone who wants to check out Lazarus, here's a link.

    http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php

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    Lazarus Users Welcome to The Site!

    Great! I use it and it's really stable.
    Although not finished yet.. I hope they get a better linker because the file sizes are big.
    Marmin^.Style

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    Lazarus Users Welcome to The Site!

    Lazarus project, 1 form, size:

    Default compile options: 5.5 MB
    With: -XX, -Og: 1.6 MB
    UPX it: 524 KB

    (this is Lazarus compiled with GTK2 on Linux).
    [size=10px]"In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite." -- Paul Dirac[/size]

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    Lazarus user

    After a PC-crash and purchase of a 64-bit Win 7 system I got some compatibility problems. Finding drivers to printer, etc was fairly easy but making Delphi 3 run install on 64-bit was not possible. So I decided to try Lazarus. It was not exactly the same but close enough.

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