Free Pascal Compiler Version 2.6.0
What's New in 2.6.0
Free Pascal 2.6.0 is a new major version of the Free Pascal compiler.
We have placed a new major release of the Free Pascal Compiler,
version 2.4.0 on our ftp-servers.
Changes that may break backwards compatibility are documented at:
Downloads are available at:
the main FTP server at
The Free Pascal Compiler Team
Free Pascal Compiler... [read more](/p/freepascal/news/2010/01/fpc-240-released/)
A 32/64-bit Pascal Compiler for AmigaOS, DOS, Linux, *BSD, OS/2, MacOS(X) and Win32/64/CE; semantically compatible with Borland Pascal 7 and Delphi with extra features such as operator overloading and generics. The compiler itself is written in Pascal.
September 10, 2007 The Free Pascal Compiler team is pleased to announce the release of FPC 2.2.0!
Work on version 2.2 started in May 2005. The results of this work is now available to you.... read more
I'm happy to announce that release 2.1.4 aka 2.2.0 beta is out. We ask
our users to test the changes made in the last few years. This beta will
be available for about two months, whereafter 2.2.0 will be released.
Helping us to test version 2.1.4 now, can avoid problems when you
finally update your fpc-version to 2.2.0.
(on behalf of the whole FPC team)
FPC is a 32/64-bit Pascal Compiler for AmigaOS, DOS, Linux, *BSD, OS/2, Mac OS (X) and Win32.
Another, and possibly the final, bugfix release of the FPC 2.0.x branch. Again a release with many bugfixes and some small new features. More details can be found in the What's New document.
Free Pascal 2.0.2 has been released. This is mainly a bug fix release to 2.0.0.
Due to the tedious and time consuming process (which I prefer to spent in coding) of releasing files at SF, only the most important release files are available here. Get the complete release files on the FPC ftp site.
After a 5 years waiting period, the 2.0 version of Free Pascal has finally arrived!
Free Pascal is a self contained 32/64 bit Pascal compiler that focusses on the Borland Pascal dialects including Delphi. It's available for many OSes (win32, Linux, FreeBSD, OS X, Classic Mac OS and OS/2).
The package also includes a vast set of libraries and header conversions. An attempt at a RAD is done by the separate Lazarus project, which is increasingly succesful.... read more
The task of porting the Free Pascal Compiler to Linux/PowerPC64 has been added to IBM's Linux on POWER 2005 (http://www.linuxonpower.com) contest, which means you can earn a PowerMac dual G5/2GHz by completing this port! More information in this post http://www.nl.freepascal.org/lists/fpc-devel/2005-March/004871.html to the fpc-devel mailing list.
Version 1.9.8 of FPC has been released and uploaded to SourceForge. This is the second release candidate for the upcoming 2.0.x series, and thus mostly fixes.
Some other highlights are
- improved ARM and Sparc codegeneration (a Linux->ARM crosscompiler is now available)
- Several improvements to the Macintosh Pascal compability
Version 1.9.6 of FPC has been released and uploaded to SourceForge. This is the first release candidate for the upcoming 2.0.x series. Despite the releases known from 1.9.4 there is now a Linux/Sparc, a Linux/x86-64, a OS/2 and a MacOS classic release as well.