Addertjes Onder Het Gras / hiaten

This web page shows some downsides I found in software packages. Each of them, on their own, can cause major troubles to newbies trying to use the software. For more experienced people they spoil the fun using the software and often cause headaches. Some issues may exist by incident, some may be caused by policy of the software author. As soon as an issue is gone to my knowledge, it will be striked out from this website. Known workarounds will be listed too, as long as they are required.
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Compiling/linking source code feels slower than Borland Delphi's compiler/linker

The apparent inefficiency of the compiler process, seemingly repeating some work over and over again, can make the building and testing of applications quite tedious.


Lazarus is a completely free Integrated Development Environment (IDE) including a compiler, resembling the look and feel of Borland Delphi and some source code compatibility with the Pascal programming language and Visual Component Library (VCL) object model.