[fpc-pascal] support for FreeBSD4 broken in fpc 2.0.4

Marco van de Voort marcov at stack.nl
Tue Feb 6 09:09:52 CET 2007

> Am Sonntag, den 28.01.2007, 22:55 +0100 schrieb Marco van de Voort:
> (verified by compiling lazarus). The missing link from the start on was
> the -Xf switch and a clean de- and reinstallation.
> So I'm happy but there are some small questions left:
> What about the other two items
> fpc/share/src/fpc-2.0.4/rtl/freebsd/i386/gprt0.as
> fpc/share/src/fpc-2.0.4/rtl/freebsd/i386/prt0.as 
> Do they have to be fetched from 2.0.2, too?
> What are they good for?

gprt is for profiling.
prt  is the default startup. (when NOT linking to libc).

Since the changes are for libc differences, prt0 shouldn't need much
modification, probably the only "new" thing is upping the version number
(diff the two)

gprt is for profiling, and hasn't been adapted to 5+

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