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Posted by Tim Young on Tue, May 25 2010
Compiling Lazarus applications for deployment under Windows CE/Mobile can be a difficult process if one isn't familiar with the Lazarus IDE and how the compiler search paths work. In order to make this process a little easier, our customer Richard Harding was kind enough to post an easy-to-use list of instructions for doing so on our support forums. I've re-formatted the post from Richard and added it as a technical article that you can access via the following link:

ElevateDB and Lazarus Windows CE/Mobile Build Notes

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Comment adamsmith104064 said... Reply
If you are unfamiliar with the Lazarus IDE and how the compiler search routes function, compiling Lazarus apps for deployment under Windows CE/Mobile can be a tough procedure. To make this procedure a bit simpler, our client Richard Harding was nice enough to publish a simple set of instructions on our help forums. I've re-formatted Richard's message and incorporated it as a technical paper, which you can see at the following link:

Comment TimothyGr said... Reply
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