fpc on FreeBSD?
rodperson at rodperson.com
Tue Dec 29 16:54:49 UTC 2009
On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 11:16:29 -0500, Eduardo Morras <emorras at xroff.net>
>> Is fpc's IDE usable, like good ol' TP6 and 7, never mind Delphi? Docs
>> seem vast, I'm wondering if there's a simple guide to basic compilation,
>> but basically I'd just like to hear that it's working ok for someone and
>> is worth the learning curve?
> Yes, it is usable, but there are other ides. You can try Lazarus, f.ex.
> Also, you can ask at the fpc lists, where there are better chances of
Lazarus is like Delphi 5 or 7. I actually used it 4 or 5 years ago to port
Delphi code to FreeBSD and it worked pretty well.
I used Lazarus and FPC to create a GUI cd burner for FreeBSD and a front
end to a
mysql db for tracking my album collection - but I moved to python so
it in 4 years or so.
if i was cool and a mindless slave to trends and fashion, this would be
sent from my iPhone, but it's not.
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