[fpc-pascal] Calling fpc libraries from other languages on freebsd/amd64 (bis)

fredvs fiens at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 3 14:38:59 CEST 2014

Ooops, in last topic, branch freebsd-fixes must be selected...
Here re-explaination from sctatch =>

 >> Start providing source code so people can follow what you are trying to
>> do instead of having to guess would be a nice step ;)

First, fpGUI must be installed =>
> https://github.com/graemeg/fpgui/tree/develop

Then. go there =>
> https://github.com/fredvs/fpGUIlib

Select branch: => freebsd-fixes

- Click on "Download Zip". (middle/end of page) and unzip it.

- In /fpGUIlib/src/ change in extrafpc.cfg the directory of fpGUI according
yours. (maybe read ReadMe.txt, it is explained).

- And finally compile the library In /fpGuilib/src/ =>

$ fpc @extrafpc.cfg fpgui.pas

Thats all for compilation.


Now test the library:

Copy the new compiled library /src/libfpgui.so into
> ~/fpGUIlib/demos/demo_Java

Then run the java demo with:
-In terminal do:

-> cd ~/fpGUIlib/demos/demo_Java  (go in java demo path)

-> java -Djava.library.path=. fpg_demo

When i try to run it on freeBSD, i get error messages...

Many thanks to help.

PS: If you try the same things with Linux, it should work. (for me it

Many thanks ;-)
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