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We have placed the first release candidate of the Free Pascal Compiler
version 3.0.0 on our ftp servers.

You can help improve the upcoming 3.0.0 release by downloading and
testing this release. If you want you can report what you have done here:

New features are listed at

Changes that may break backwards compatibility are documented at

Issues with this release candidate that we already know of are listed in
the wiki:

A preview of the 3.0.0 docs is available at

Downloads are available at:


The Free Pascal Compiler Team

                             Free Pascal Compiler

                              Version 3.0.0-rc1

* Introduction

Please also read the platform specific README file, if it exists.

This package contains an advanced freeware 32-bit/64-bit/16-bit pascal
compiler for several platforms. The language and the runtime library are
almost compatible with Turbo Pascal 7.0 and recent Delphi releases.
There is also partial support for the Macintosh pascal dialect.

News and changes related to this release are described in whatsnew.txt.

Free Pascal 3.0.0 is currently available for the following platforms:
- Linux-i386
- Linux-x86_64 (amd64)
- Linux-powerpc
- Linux-sparc
- Linux-ARM
- Win32-i386 (Win95/98/Me/XP/2000/2003/Vista/7 and WinNT)
- Win64-x86_64 (XP/Vista/2003)
- Wince-ARM (cross compiled from win32-i386)
- FreeBSD-i386
- FreeBSD-x86_64
- Mac OS X/Darwin for PowerPC (32 and 64 bit)
- Mac OS X/Darwin for Intel (32 and 64 bit)
- iOS, iPhoneSimulator
- OS/2-i386 (OS/2 Warp v3.0, 4.0, WarpServer for e-Business and eComStation)
- GO32v2-i386

There are other platforms (like other BSD variants) which are more or
less working, but there is currently no maintainer for them and thus we
cannot provide adequate support. If you want to change this and create
and maintain versions for other platforms and targets, feel free to
contact us, e-mail addresses are listed below.

Great!! What an exciting news!

I think so many guys are waiting for this..... Thanks for all your effort!

Great news! Thank you, guys!

That sounds awesome.

What is the best way to get the new FPC with Lazarus running?

My school licence of Delphi is about to end and i want to continue developing my hobby projects with Lazarus.



--- Quote from: gonz0 on August 26, 2015, 07:13:52 pm ---What is the best way to get the new FPC with Lazarus running?

--- End quote ---

Use trunk, because 1.4.2 won't build, unless you patch lcl/lresources.pp and components/lazutils/laz_xmlstreaming.pas.
Fixes_1.4 should be OK too.



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