Lazarus 1.9.0 r57653 FPC 3.0.4 x86_64-linux-gtk2
you need also dynlibs in gtk2term:
GLib2, Gtk2, dynlibs;
Am 11.04.2018 um 05:12 schrieb Anthony Walter via Lazarus:
I'm am starting a new thread because I've completed my task.
Here is a terminal component for Lazarus that is easy to reuse.
To install, make sure you're on Linux with a Gtk2 copy of Lazarus.
Open package terminaldsgn.lpk, install, and rebuild the IDE. You'll
have a TTerminal component on your pallet. Drop it on a form, press
run, and you have your own terminal program.
Here is a longish video walk through of how it works:
The source code is completely free, copy left, if anyone wants to
Notes, you need to be using Linux and have libvte for gtk2 installed
to use the component. You can be running other platforms, but you'll
just see the design time surface it you're not on Linux.
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