[fpc-devel] Support Project Pages in Free Pascal and Lazarus web sites
Mehmet Erol Sanliturk
sanliturk at ttmail.com
Fri Dec 4 20:37:21 CET 2009
Florian Klaempfl wrote:
> Jonas Maebe schrieb:
>> On 04 Dec 2009, at 17:51, Dariusz Mazur wrote:
>>> but now another problem
>>> linker say that system.pp need function _haltproc_eabi which is
>>> absent in ucprt.0
>> That's probably because nobody has maintained the uclibc support
>> since adding EABI support. The ARM/Linux support is very ad hoc: it
>> was added, but afaik there is no real maintainer for it (Florian and
>> I sometimes fix some things, but that's it). uclibc is even less
>> tested or used. We really need someone who is will to maintain that
> I still miss a reasonable EABI development system. <-----------------
>> because several people appear to be interested in using it,
>> but few if any in developing and maintaining the necessary compiler
>> or RTL support.
I have an idea so much time but I feared to make a suggestion . Now , I
want to explain it :
In both Free Pascal and Lazarus web sites , there may be pages about
projects which may be described by the Free Pascal and/or Lazarus
developers . In those projects a problem and requirements of solution of
that problem may be documented .
For example ,
Problem : Transporting Free Pascal to a new X platform .
Requirements : A list of computing server X(1) with specialties ,
a list client computer X(2) with specialties ,
a list of books for theoretical needs ,
amount M of cash for ... expenses ,
People having facilities would support such projects as much as possible
by donating money , hardware , books , etc. .
I think such an approach would help to solve problems in much more
shorter time .
As an example , please visit Wikipedia in the following main page :
Last year there was a campaign around 5 million US dollars , when that
amount had been obtained , they discontinued the campaign .
This year , they are trying to raise 7.5 million US dollars :
Sometimes , an idea is expressed to emphasize unimportance of an Open
Source Projects . In universities and other schools Pascal is in their
curricula . Free Pascal and Lazarus are very important tools for such
courses . Even only this usage in its sole existence shows importance of
Free Pascal and Lazarus .
Thank you very much .
Mehmet Erol Sanliturk
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