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== Former ports which were removed ==
 
== Former ports which were removed ==
* iA64/Itanium: non compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler were implemented
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* iA64/Itanium:
* Alpha: non compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler were implemented
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** Non-compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler were implemented
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** Itanium has been officially discontinued as of January 30th, 2019
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** Non-compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler were implemented
  
 
== Supported targets for i386 ==
 
== Supported targets for i386 ==

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Supported architectures

SVN trunk contains support at various levels of completeness for the following architectures:

Other architectures and their status

  • RISC-V: separate branch
  • Z80: separate branch, initial implementation only
  • Webassembly: separate branch, initial implementation only

Former ports which were removed

  • iA64/Itanium:
    • Non-compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler were implemented
    • Itanium has been officially discontinued as of January 30th, 2019
  • Alpha:
    • Non-compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler were implemented

Supported targets for i386

  • Win32 for i386
  • Linux for i386
  • Target Darwin (Mac OS X) for i386 (2.1.x and later)
  • FreeBSD/ELF for i386
  • Android for i386
  • OpenBSD for i386 (under development, currently maintainerless)
  • OS/2 / eComStation
  • GO32V2 DOS extender
  • SunOS/ELF for i386 (under development)
  • BeOS port for i386 (under development)
  • NetBSD for i386 (under development, currently maintainerless)
  • Netware for i386 (clib and libc)
  • WDOSX DOS extender
  • OS/2 via EMX (equal to OS/2 target in 1.0.x and earlier; RTL based on EMX runtime library allows building applications running under DOS with EMX extender; currently not completely up to date)
  • Watcom compatible DOS extenders
  • BeOS/Zeta/Haiku for i386
  • Target NativeNT for i386 (under development)
  • AROS for i386

Supported targets for AMD64 (x86-64)

Supported targets for i8086

  • DOS
  • Windows 16bit
  • Embedded

Supported targets for ARM

Supported targets for AArch64

Supported targets for PowerPC

Supported targets for PowerPC64

  • Linux (2.1.x and later)
  • Target Darwin (Mac OS X) (2.3.x and later)

Supported targets for m68k

See page m68k for details.

Supported targets for SPARC

  • SunOS/ELF for SPARC (in maintenance mode)
  • Linux for SPARC

Supported targets for SPARC64

  • Linux for SPARC64

Supported targets for MIPS

  • Linux for MIPS

Supported targets for AVR

  • Embedded

See page AVR for details.

Unofficial 3rd party ports

  • GP2X (under development)
  • UEFI Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (under early development)
  • ZSeries IBM System/370, S/390 and zSeries mainframes (under development as "i370")

Unlikely to be ported

  • Sanos Win32-compatible console-mode operating system

Resources for porting to new platforms...

... and keeping existing ones up to date.

  • FPC HowToDo - new additions requiring attention of platform maintainers
  • System unit structure - (work in progress - only skeleton finished) description of System unit internals

Cross compilation

Information about compilation for a different platform as the one running the compiler may be found in Cross compiling.