[fpc-pascal] newbie question: using fpc in linux
tony.caduto at gmail.com
Wed Apr 3 17:03:07 CEST 2013
If your just doing Web Development you can cross compile for linux on
windows, it's not that bad, you do need to build the cross compiler and
then copy some of the linux libs to your development pc. It's totally
possible and then you just copy the compiled app to your server, you don't
need fpc on the server at all
On Apr 3, 2013 9:50 AM, "duilio foschi" <duiliofoschi at euplan.com> wrote:
> thanks to your suggestions, I could compile and successfully test the
> 'hello world' code that comes with the brook framework.
> Now I am ready to wet my feet in the world of web programming.
> In my company we have a few dedicated (remote) servers running linux.
> And (when I will be able to get real applications) these applications will
> run on these remote servers.
> In my company, linux is not used on local PCs... but it would not be hard
> to get a local linux box if needed.
> Using 'nano' editor from a Bitwise XTerm (as I do now) does not look the
> most productive environment.
> Which tools (editors, GUIs) do you use when programming in Linux ?
> I guess you all use a local linux box, right ?
> Thank you
> fpc-pascal maillist - fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org
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