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Gert Renkama
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graph unit for Virtual Pascal (Win32)
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I ported wingraph (Stefan Berinde) to VP (latest) via a DLL created by fpc 2.6.4.Be consistent in calling conventions and go by index for export/import.Works nicely, seems fast enough and stable. I…Continue

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Gert Renkama replied to Gert Renkama's discussion graph unit for Virtual Pascal (Win32)
"This failed too often in regression testing. In the end I ported the wingraph unit to VP, will try to publish that somewhere."
Oct 18, 2020
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graph unit for Virtual Pascal (Win32)

I ported wingraph (Stefan Berinde) to VP (latest) via a DLL created by fpc 2.6.4.Be consistent in calling conventions and go by index for export/import.Works nicely, seems fast enough and stable. I could a.o. run the old ARTY demo.Interested? Let me know and I will try to "publish" more...See More
Jan 1, 2020

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User of VP, FreePascal user
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working on hardware and software....
Favorite Programming Languages:
pascal, reduce, octave
Prove you are human and name one of your favourite programming mechanisms
use differnet compilers to ensure code quality

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