[fpc-pascal] Compiling for DOS

Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho felipemonteiro.carvalho at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 11:01:30 CET 2005


> Your best choice probably is GO32v2. However, as for any other
> target, you need RTL compiled for the given target, the appropriate
> binutils (as and ld) and the right configuration.

Was FPC compiler able to create real-mode programs in the past? It
would be very important for my use, a very precise osciloscope.

Can I still use interrupts and IN / OUT assembler opcodes in protected mode?

> If you can compile
> on a Win 9x/ME machine (or even machine with plain DOS), the easiest
> solution (not requiring you to play with configuration, proper setup
> of directories, etc.) is to download the old 1.0.10 version

Thanks, I'll try that.

> Hopefully a DOS (GO32v2) version of FPC 2.x gets released with one of
> the next releases.

Maybe I can help get it released. What is missing? Code or just
someone that compiles the whole thing? I have access to a machine with

thanks again,
Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho

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