[fpc-pascal] Delphi for Linux is out

Michael Ring mail at michael-ring.org
Thu Mar 23 13:24:58 CET 2017

At least not from me, I felt already ripped off by Embarcadero by not 
delivering on their promise to bring Linux last summer (Fortunately I 
did not renew my Pro-Subscription). Seeing that they wanted to do a 2nd 
rip off by only giving it to Enterprise customers reassured me that that 
decision was a good one.

So for me Freepascal is the master, not only on x86_64 linux but also on 
armhf-linux, arm embedded, wonder how long it takes Embarcadero to make 
their product available on arm-linux.....

So guys, pleae keep up your phantastic work, and goodby Delphi, we have 
been together since the good old Turbo-Pascal times, but you have 
changed into a money sucking beast, it breaks my heart but I am gone.....


Am 23.03.17 um 13:15 schrieb Karoly Balogh (Charlie/SGR):
> Hi,
> On Thu, 23 Mar 2017, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
>> Just thought I would mention, yesterday Delphi 10.2 was released which
>> includes Linux support (I assume a cross-compiler). It is only available
>> in the Enterprise edition product line though, and only Linux Server
>> style apps are supported (no GUI/desktop apps).
> I can't wait until we get the blame that Free Pascal on Linux is now
> incompatible with Delphi on Linux...
> Charlie
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