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Lord_ZealoN:
I readed some old threads about webdevelopment under FreePascal.

I see 4 options, and is like are outdated options.
CGIs
G-Framework: seems died, and not ported to freepascal.
ExtPascal: Propietary.
Pascal Server Pages

I would like to know, if there are something like RoR, Django, and so on, or if some of this options, is viable for web development.

There are somebody here developing web apps under FreePascal?

Cheers.

Phil:

"ExtPascal: Propietary"

Please explain what you mean by that.

ExtPascal is licensed under BSD; Ext JS Core 3.0 is licensed under MIT.

http://code.google.com/p/extpascal/

http://extjs.com/

Thanks.

-Phil

Lord_ZealoN:
Well, I didn't explained very well.

ExtJS is dual license. If your app is opensource no problem, if is commercial, needs a commercial license, like the old license of QT.

Troodon:
What's wrong with CGI?

Phil:

--- Quote from: Lord_ZealoN on May 28, 2009, 11:50:17 pm ---Well, I didn't explained very well.

ExtJS is dual license. If your app is opensource no problem, if is commercial, needs a commercial license, like the old license of QT.

--- End quote ---

Correct, for the full Ext JS. I'm not sure I would call a dual license "proprietary".

Also, don't confuse Ext JS with the ExtPascal wrapper.

You might want to take a look at the ExtP Toolkit that I'm developing. It adds visual "form" (TExtWindow) design capabilities to Lazarus:

http://extpascal.googlegroups.com/web/ExtPToolkitStatus.html

Thanks.

-Phil

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