[fpc-pascal] Target Win32 missing

Lukas Gradl l.gradl at ssn.at
Mon Dec 7 01:06:16 CET 2015

Zitat von "Karoly Balogh (Charlie/SGR)" <charlie at scenergy.dfmk.hu>:

> Hi
> On Sun, 6 Dec 2015, Lukas Gradl wrote:
>> When calling fpc from linux command line -Twin32 is missing.  
>> -TWin64 works as
>> expected. Where did -Twin32 go?
> Nowhere. Seems you are using a 64bit targeted compiler, which can only
> output x86_64 code, so Win64 only. You need an i386 compiler or
> crosscompiler, to produce Win32 (therefore x86/i386) code.
> There was no single compiler binary ever, which could do Win32 and Win64
> in one.
> Yes, indeed, have a sleep. :)

but there was fpc as a wrapper for a long time calling the right compiler.
I have ppcrossi386 and other crosscompilers in my path - as I had for  
a long time. (see my answer to Tomas answer btw...)

When calling ppcrossi386 directly the win32 Target ist there - but not  
when calling through the fpc wrapper....

Thanks for the help

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