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    fpc-2.2.4.i386-win32 - Setting up messages <ferapac 1>

    I am a brand newbie to FPC version 2.2.4

    I compiled examples\opengl\bounce.pp successfuly
    but when I tried to run it I get an information window with:

    exited = 1

    What is my missing setting, or where do I go from here ?

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    Re: fpc-2.2.4.i386-win32 - Setting up messages <ferapac 1>

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    Re: fpc-2.2.4.i386-win32 - Setting up messages <ferapac 1>

    Thx Sarikaya but this link is too much for me at this time.

    I have a simpler question:
    How to force FPC to display messages when compilation fails ?

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    What is FPC???
    Oups Free Pascal Compiler

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    Re: fpc-2.2.4.i386-win32 - Setting up messages <ferapac 1>

    Here is a link with a list of all the compiling options:
    http://linux.die.net/man/1/fpc

    If you are not using it already, you might want to try out Lazarus. It comes bundled in different configuration with fpc and additional modules like for example glscene.
    http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/
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