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How compile MyDbf Studio on your system

To correctly compile MyDbf Studio on your machine you must first install the Free Pascal.
Download and install the last version for you system and follow the instructions you find on the site of the compiler.
After this you must download Lazarus IDE, i recommend downloading the source code, but you can also choose the binary distribution for your system.
If you downloaded the source, extract it to a folder you like and compile it with the command "make clean all".
MyDbf Studio was created with the version 0.9.28.2 of Lazarus therefore do not download or use previous versions.

IMPORTANT - If you have already installed these components (LMDI and multidoc) you must uninstall  them because MyDbf Studio use modified versions of the original packages.

After starting Lazarus, you must add two package necessary for the compilation of the program. These two packages are included in the source code of MyDbf Studio. The first package to install is LMDI, then extract the files in lmdi.zip in Lazarus\components; in Lazarus go to Package->Open package file (.lpk), browse to lazarus\components\LMDI and open the .lpk file, compile and install. Then extract the files multidoc.zip in Lazarus\components go to Package->Open package file (.lpk), browse to lazarus\components\multidoc-0.3 and open the .lpk file, compile and install.

For security checks that under Data Access, in Lazarus palette, there is the component TDbf. If not present, you must install it. In Lazarus go to Package->Open package file (.lpk), browse to lazarus\components\tdbf and open the .lpk file, compile and install.

Perfect, now you can compile yourself MyDbf Studio! Extract the files source.zip in a folder you like and open with Lazarus the file dbfstudio.lpi.
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