[fpc-pascal] newbie question: using fpc in linux

Peter peter at pblackman.plus.com
Mon Apr 8 18:16:43 CEST 2013

On 03/04/13 15:50, duilio foschi 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
> Duilio
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I would recommend geany
First class tool with native support for pascal.

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