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GNU Pascal
Pascal computer language compiler

GNU Pascal is the Pascal language compiler of Project GNU. It is a 32/64 bit compiler that is linked against the GCC backend and will be integrated in to GCC in the long run. It runs on all operating systems compatible with GCC, and can act as a native or a cross compiler between those systems. It implements ISO Pascal, Borland Pascal 7.0, and parts of other Pascal standards or de-facto standards.


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License:GPLv2orlaterBendikker28 April 2018
covers whole program
License:GPLv2orlater with exceptionBendikker22 June 2018
demos: if you incorporate even large parts of the code into another program with substantially different functionality

Leaders and contributors

Peter Gerwinski Maintainer
Russ Whitaker Maintainer

Resources and communication

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Python (Ref)
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Software prerequisites

Required to build GCC 2.95.x
Weak prerequisitencurses >=5.0 (terminal)
Weak prerequisitePDCurses (X11)
Weak prerequisite RX (RegEx unit)
Weak prerequisite GMP (GMP unit)

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 22 June 2018.


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