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* [[Configuration]] - How to configure the compiler
 
* [[Configuration]] - How to configure the compiler
 
* [[Specifics]] - Amiga Systems Specifics in Free Pascal.
 
* [[Specifics]] - Amiga Systems Specifics in Free Pascal.
* [[AROS Libraries]]  - Overview of included AROS library
 
* [[Source Examples]]  - examples to use on Amiga systems
 
* [[AROS Programs]]  - programs use Free Pascal on AROS or tested to work on.
 
* [[AROS compatible projects]] - Projects written in Free Pascal that are compatible with AROS
 
 
* [[Status]]  - Status and known Bugs of Implementation and how to avoid
 
* [[Status]]  - Status and known Bugs of Implementation and how to avoid
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** [[AROS Libraries]]  - Overview of included AROS library
 
** [[FPC trunk status| FPC RTL/Packages]] - Status of the FreePascal RTL and Packages
 
** [[FPC trunk status| FPC RTL/Packages]] - Status of the FreePascal RTL and Packages
 
** [[Library units]] - Status of the FreePascal Library units for Amiga systems
 
** [[Library units]] - Status of the FreePascal Library units for Amiga systems
 
** [[LCL status]] - Status of the LCL MUI/Zune implementation
 
** [[LCL status]] - Status of the LCL MUI/Zune implementation
 
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* Coding with FreePascal for Amiga systems
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** [[Source Examples]]  - examples to use on Amiga systems
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** [[AROS Programs]]  - programs use Free Pascal on AROS or tested to work on.
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** [[AROS compatible projects]] - Projects written in Free Pascal that are compatible with AROS
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Revision as of 20:05, 4 May 2016

Free Pascal on Amiga, AROS and MorphOS

This Page is meant as an documentation project for the Amiga systems implementation of Free Pascal and related topics (like Lazarus, LCL, fpgui). Freepascal is available for all Amiga systems (Amiga classic, AmigaOS4, AROS and MorphOS). This should not be a complete Free Pascal manual, but a compendium for the Amiga systems specialities of Free Pascal.


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