From what I can gather, no Linux users are using fp
Edit: I found out that there is one, actually: RHIDE.It is based on the C++ sources of Turbo Vision that Borland released into the open, before they released the Pascal sources to the FPC (and thus the open).RHIDE was originally a Djgpp only IDE, but support for GCC/DBG has been added.I am going to take that for a spin
For a while RHIDE's debugger worked better, but that is long ago (15 years). Borland /NEVER/ release the pascal source to FPC, Free Vision is a parallel development based on a 3rd party graphical "vision" clone, which might have origins in the C++ code.
I don't understand why you would need any of the other directories that you enter under "include files" nor "Libraries".