[fpc-devel] where do download BinUtils for ARM - Raspberry Pi?

Dennis Poon dennis at avidsoft.com.hk
Mon Jun 24 09:57:27 CEST 2013

Native use of FPC+Lazarus on MacOS X is fine.
Even native use of FPC+Lazarus on Mac OS X cross compile to IOS is fine 
using the specialized Lazarus + FPC 2.7.1 + the packakge provided by 

I have deployed an IOS app on my Ipod touch without problem (of course, 
you need to eventually spent a minute to use XCode to recompile the app 
and install it to ipod touch due to Apple's regulation).

You can even debug it line by line within Lazarus using the IOS 
simulator running on Mac OS X.


Florian Klämpfl wrote:
> Am 21.06.2013 12:23, schrieb Graeme Geldenhuys:
>> On 20/06/13 22:41, Michael Ring wrote:
>>> Doing crosscompiles and remotedebugging will add a level of complexity
>>> that will not justify the better performance of lazarus when using it on
>>> the 'real' linux box.
>> It doesn't need to be!
>> Having tested Delphi XE4 recently with iOS and MacOSX development. I was
>> simply amazed at how easy it was to develop for an alternative platform,
>> including remote debugging and deployment - it fact developing for the
>> iOS target was just as simple as developing for the Win32 or Win64 or
>> MacOSX targets.
> So they support now native development on MacOS X as well? Or is cross
> compilation from win still the only way? Then this explains a lot: the
> mainly used development setup works always the best by far.
>> There is still a huge gap in FPC and Lazarus's usability when it comes
>> to developing, debugging and deploying to alternative targets.
> Cross compilation *to* win from any targets works very well with FPC.
> The problem are platforms like linux where linking is basically
> impossible without having the libraries of the target system available.
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