Compiling portw in a DOS version of freePascal

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When compiling 'portw' in freePascal for DOS, where can I get a list of the files that I need to include in compiling?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Compiling portw in a DOS version of freePascal

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Hi Arlet, I will give you some web sites that can help you get files that you need to include  in compiling.

1.  Ideone.com – this is an online compiler and debugging tools

2.  www.freebyte.com/programming/pascal/#pascal_compilers

3.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/compiler 

4.  www.mingw.org

5. Freepascal.org/news/var

6.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/list_of_compilers

 

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Compiling portw in a DOS version of freePascal

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Free Pascal is also known as FPK Pascal. It is a 32-bit and 64-bit professional Pascal compiler that is able to target numerous architectures of processor like:

  • Intel x86
  • PowerPC
  • AMD64 / x86-64
  • SPARC
  • PowerPC64, and
  • ARM

Free Pascal supports major operating systems such as:

  • FreeBSD
  • Linux
  • Haiku
  • MorphOS
  • DOS
  • Win32
  • Win64
  • WinCE
  • Mac OS X / iOS / Darwin
  • OS/2
  • Nintendo GBA
  • Nintendo DS
  • Nintendo Wii

There are also other target architectures that are still under development and they include:

  • JVM
  • MIPS [both big and little endian variants]
  • Motorola 68k

You can download the open source Pascal compiler.

The latest version released is version 2.6.0. But since you are looking for a DOS download version, it is also available.

You can download the DOS version of Free Pascal from here.

The latest release for DOS version is 1.0.10.

Just follow the information on these pages to get you going.

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