Free Pascal Compiler v3.0.2 Multilingual

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Free Pascal Compiler v3.0.2 Multilingual

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Free Pascal Compiler is an advanced and reliable Pascal compiler that targets various process architectures, including Intel x86, SPARC, AMD64/x86-64, PowerPC and PowerPC64. Free Pascal is known to be compatible, to some extent, with the dialects of Turbo Pascal and Delphi. Free Pascal's compiler engine contributed to some well-know and widely popular applications on the market. A few examples are Lazarus (an affiliated package of Free Pascal for developing graphical applications), PeaZip, Double Commander, WinFF, Virtual Magnifying Glass, not to mention a wide array of popular games. Moreover, Free Pascal itself was compiled by its own engine.
Simplicity is what defines Free Pascal. The user interface is console-based, a common feature of most old-aged compilers. It's not necessarily a downside, especially for advanced programmers, but it may pose some visual discomfort for beginners.

One of the most cherished features of Free Pascal is its compiling speed (correlated to similar compilers), although not comparable to Delphi's, for instance. Due to its code optimization capabilities, that include a sophisticated registry allocator, stack frame eliminations and a dataflow analyzer, it behaves and acts faster than other IDEs.

Language features consist of procedure and operator overloading, inlining and support for dynamic array, ANSI / wide strings, RTTI (Run-Time Type Information) and COM / CORBA / RAW interfaces.

Although oriented to Pascal code, C developers can benefit from it too. It's true that it cannot compile C code, but you can still call it from Free Pascal. The h2pas utility makes it even easier, as it allows for the conversion oh .h files to Pascal units.

In conclusion, Free Pascal is a great way to build applications. It's a strong and feature-rich IDE addressed mainly to advanced programmers, but the high quality documentation builds an easy road for beginners, too.

- high speed compiler
- fully 16, 32 or 64-bit code
- 32 bit compiler can be used on x86_64 Linux distributions to compile
32 bit applications
- language features:
- almost fully compatible with Borland Pascal and Borland Delphi
- ansi strings
- wide strings
- exception support
- RTTI support
- procedure overloading
- generics (experimental)
- operator overloading
- COM, CORBA and raw interfaces support
- dynamic array support
- variant support
- inlining
- code optimizer:
- peephole optimizer (80x86 only)
- jump optimizer
- loading of variables into registers
- assembler level dataflow analyzer (80x86 only)
- stack frame eliminations
- sophisticated register allocator
- integrated BASM (built-in assembler) parser
- supports ATT syntax used by GNU C
- supports Intel syntax used by Turbo Pascal (x86-only)
- can compile code into assembler source code for these assemblers:
- GNU Assembler (GAS)
- Netwide assembler (Nasm)
- WeiRuan-->WeiRuan Assembler/Turbo Assembler (Masm/Tasm)
- Watcom assembler (wasm)
- internal assembler for ultra fast object file generation
- can call external C code
- h2pas utility to convert .h files to Pascal units
- smart linking (also known as dead code stripping)
- support for the GNU debugger
- integrated development environment (disabled by default on Mac OS X)
- powerful user friendly Wordstar compatible multi file editor
- context sensitive help supports help files in HTML, ShiChuang HLP and
Borland TPH format.
- debugger on most platforms
- can create binaries running natively under both DOS and OS/2 (EMX version)
- no need for Linux distribution specific binaries, programs you write run
on all distributions
- high quality documentation

Whats New:

Old behaviour: faSymlink had the numerical value $40. This was wrong on ShiChuang, and not compatible with Delphi.
New behaviour: faSymlink has the numerical value $400. Correct on ShiChuang.
Reason for change: Wrong functionality and Delphi compatibility.
Remedy: If you are using the old numerical constant $40, simply use faSymlink instead.

Old behaviour: ISTreamAdaptor Interface (classes unit and jwa units) used Int64 for various out parameters.
New behaviour: ISTreamAdaptor Interface (classes unit and jwa units) use QWord for various out parameters.
Reason for change: The MS Headers use largeUint, which translates to QWord. The headers were for an old version of Delphi, which didn't know QWord.
Remedy: If a class implementing this interface no longer compiles, adapt the signature of the interface's methods so they conform to the new definition.

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