[Lazarus] Run FPC on Raspberry Pi3 in command line mode
kashken at csteldridge.com
Mon Oct 31 05:34:53 CET 2016
On Windows 7, the IDE is tagged FPC in the desktop icon and is called
Free Pascal. It is not referred to as Lazarus.
All my programs at this point are command line oriented. I have been
using the IDE on RPi3 with the Build menu item (under Run), and then
switching to a command line window in the target directory for testing.
Thanks for responding.
At 03:40 PM 10/30/2016, you wrote:
>On Fri, October 28, 2016 11:23 pm, Ken Kashmarek via Lazarus
>wrote: > I have been runing FPC v3 on Windows 7 from a command line
>window. The > Windows 7 version of the IDE sucks. > By IDE do you
>mean lazarus, or the freepascal IDE which is different (like
>turbopascal). There is an FPC mailing list too.... if you just end
>up using FPC as a command line program, fpc mailing list is
>definitely where the questions sho > I found everything for starting
>the IDE but not for > starting the compiler directly (I will be
>using my own editor for source > files). To use FPC there is no need
>to install lazarus, you can just install fpc and run fpc from the
>command line. Lazarus is geared toward delphi style development,
>whereas FPC compiler from freepascal.org is more like a gnu c
>compiler at the command line, or, if you prefer, more like turbo
>pascal if you prefer to use a bright blue (keeps you up at night)
>console mode ide. There is no requirement to use the console mode
>ide, nore is there any requirement to use Lazarus delphi like IDE.
>freeepascal.org has downloads and a separate mailing list just for
>fpc. THis is the lazarus delphi like IDE mailing list --
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