Posted by Harry D. P16510 on December 17, 2008
In Reply to running a code from within console application posted by asaad on December 16, 2008: Dear Sir/Madam
You can not run Delphi code without generating an EXE file. That's because Delphi is not an interpreter, it is a compiler and linker.
Compiling into DCU files and next linking to an EXE file is done automatically by the IDE. The EXE file is always written to a storage device, for example a hard disk, floppy, etc...
You can not configure Turbo Delphi 2006 nor any other version for "not generating exe files".
But since I assume that the workstations of your network are Windows PC's, why not put the Delphi projects on the local hard disks? In that case, you're not running them "over the network".
Or why not put the projects on an external memory device, for example an USB disk drive or a memory stick? (a floppy is much to slow).
Or maybe use a RAM disk for the development, and later copy the EXE file to an external removable storage (USB disk, floppy, memory stick)?
Can you please let us know if and how it worked?