[Lazarus] Crosscompile to Android on arm?

Paul Breneman list2010 at BrenemanLabs.com
Wed Jul 25 18:32:20 CEST 2018

Sorry again Bo that I missed your *crosscompile* (multiple times)!  I'm 
sure others can help you with that much better than I can. :)

On 07/25/2018 12:24 PM, Paul Breneman via Lazarus wrote:
> Sorry that my Anaren link was bad.  I haven't found my *old* development 
> kit yet but this works better:
> https://www.anaren.com/catalog/wireless-transceivers/proprietary-rf
> My last message to you Bo:
> http://lists.lazarus-ide.org/pipermail/lazarus/2018-June/234962.html
> On 07/25/2018 11:47 AM, Paul Breneman via Lazarus wrote:
>> On 07/25/2018 08:04 AM, Bo Berglund via Lazarus wrote:
>>> I have a GUI program developed in FPC/Lazarus x64 on Windows.
>>> It is an IoT device configuration application which would benefit from
>>> being portable, i.e. executable on an Android phone. The devices in
>>> question will be placed in locations where configuration would be
>>> easier from a phone.
>>> Before I start digging in to the multiple pages I have found on the
>>> fpc/Android subject I want to ask if it would be feasible to
>>> cross-compile my Windows application for Android phone use?
>>> I have used standard GUI controls in Lazarus for the visual parts and
>>> Indy10 (via indylaz) for the TCP/IP communications stuff.
>>> Any advice welcome!
>>> But if it turns out to be a learning path several weeks long it is
>>> probably not worth the effort...
>> You *hope* to compile a program *directly* on an Android phone with 
>> *little* effort?  :)
>> You could possibly hire me (or other that I know).
>> Or we could trade things?
>> On 6/11/18 I wrote a message on this forum to you about a security 
>> dongle I need to use in Lazarus.  I'll trade some work for that code!
>> I've spent a bit of time investigating similar things:
>> http://www.turbocontrol.com/userland.htm
>> http://controlpascal.com/self-hosted.htm
>> I got a couple of these kits several years ago:
>> https://www.anaren.com/search/iot%20product%20bluetooth%20smart%20development%20kit 
>> A company who builds waterproof equipment could hopefully use 
>> inexpensive Android tablets occasionally to change equipment settings 
>> (a *lot* less expensive than adding waterproof user IO equipment to 
>> their gear).
>> I'd enjoy hearing more ideas from others!
>> Best regard,
>> Paul
>> www.ControlPascal.com

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