Programming => Operating Systems => iPhone/iPad => Topic started by: p.leeflang on August 02, 2020, 05:03:03 am

Title: iOS application
Post by: p.leeflang on August 02, 2020, 05:03:03 am
What should I do with Lazarus IDE to compile ios programs.
Is there a video from the year 2020 how to do this?

And what to do with the following mistake:
lclintf.pas(52,28) Fatal: Cannot find CocoaAll used by LCLIntf of package LCLBase.
Title: Re: iOS application
Post by: Jonas Maebe on August 03, 2020, 10:57:03 pm
Lazarus does not support targeting iOS, at least not using the LCL (you can compile iOS programs using Lazarus by just using Lazarus as an IDE to compile and build code that uses the standard FPC units). Additionally, FPC currently does not ship the CocoaAll unit for iOS. This is a remnant of the past where Apple forbade the distribution of any derivatives of the iOS SDKs. That could be changed now, although such a CocoaAll unit would be largely untested.
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