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

Florian Klaempfl florian at freepascal.org
Tue Apr 18 09:22:44 CEST 2006

Sasa Zeman wrote:
>>> FPC can be comparable with command line compiler of Delphi 7.
>> Yes? So Delphi has multi platform support and has maintainable compiler
>> sources?
> Multi platform support was not an issue here.

No? Most of fpc's complexity is caused by this. Just compare the speed and
memory requirements of 1.0.x and 2.0.x. The multi processor platform support
causes a lot of the complexity in 2.0.x.

>>> It seems that all previously produced compiled code left in memory, even
>> if It seems but it isn't the case :)
> Helpful information would be exact cause.
>> 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.
> EDO is more museum exponat and price is 10 times larger than the same memory
> size SD-RAM. The used memory is one module 128MB SD-RAM (PC100). I've manage
> to found only one 256MB module available on market with price of 50Euro, but
> only incompatible PC133.

No, PC133 is backwards compatible.

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