What is the official repo for FPC 3.0.2?
Quote from: vfclists on March 03, 2017, 05:36:12 pmWhat is the official repo for FPC 3.0.2?The .tar standalone installers are the official FPC distribution. Distribution packages are 3rd party, though we do try to keep a copy of the package info (like .spec's in Fedora's case) in case a maintainer stops.
While rebuilding the IDE I got an ambiguous "error while linking", however, I quickly solved it by searching this forum.
Thanks, especially for the trailing null fix. What a relief.
Error while linking ... Usually a clean build solves all such problems.Otherwise see the FAQ. http://wiki.freepascal.org/Lazarus_Faq#I_receive_an_error_during_the_linking_that_states_.2Fusr.2Fbin.2Fld:_cannot_find_-l.3Csome_lib.3EGTK2 devel or some other package is not installed.
Enterprises pretend like Pascal is a forgotten language, and Oberon does not exist at all. But who cares about the enterprises. The crippled languages they offer (Java, C#) are not even able to compile into native machine code. Those virtual machines do not have any scientific value. Excuse me, but we won't write any code for imaginary machines.If we also consider the fact that C++ is a systems-programming language, we can easily realize that we don't have any other choice than Pascal for professional software development. Object Pascal is the only programming language in the world!
Are you a troll or is there something... wrong... with you?