[fpc-pascal] Division by Zero - not raised exception

Florian Klaempfl florian at freepascal.org
Mon Apr 17 23:21:58 CEST 2006

Sasa Zeman wrote:
>> Not in a modern version. It won't even start probably.
> FPC can be comparable with command line compiler of Delphi 7. 

Yes? So Delphi has multi platform support and has maintainable compiler

> D2005-6
> compile C/C++ (CBuilder) code among other features raise complexity, which
> are not FPC tasks.
>> If we would try to match that, uncompromisingly, with Free Pascal, we
>> would have to put nearly everything else on hold. That is not sane.
> It seems that all previously produced compiled code left in memory, even if

It seems but it isn't the case :)

> it is not needed anymore. If that is true, small reorganization may be
> helpful.
>> That is one way to say it. The other way is just buy new memory to avoid
>> FPC developers have to spend disproportionate amounts of time to keep
>> the software running with very old systems.
> Older comuters use memory type is not available anymore, 

So you use older memory than edo-simms? Even more, SD-RAM is no issue
and iirc SD is used for almost 10 years. Some months ago, I bought edo
simms for an ~10 year old machine which couldn't be replaced and it was
no problem to get the memory modules.

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