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Self-hosted Development Environments

For Android

PascalGUI is the oldest self-hosted Pascal compiler on Android.

You can use UserLAnd to load Free Pascal.

http://turbocontrol.com/helloworld.htm has a simple PascalGUI program near the bottom of the page.

Search youtube for PascalGUI and snake, 27:07 video has source code available.

Quick manual:

You can export result of compilation (APK or binary), long-click compile button for that.

Long click save button to "save as", long click run to run with arguments, long click open for recent files menu.

For the Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless

Instructions to easily install console Debian and compile a program to monitor temperature and power, and then email and text the results: http://www.controlpascal.com/self-hosted.htm#RPiZwKit

(Not yet self-hosted) For all Raspberry Pi models: Ultibo core

https://ultibo.org/ and forum: https://ultibo.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=646

ToDo items:

  1. Do first two tutorials here (after getting temperature sensor device): Tutorial
  2. Run text mode IDE (uses Free Vision).
    GUI is not needed for an embedded device, so keep things more simple by avoiding it.
  3. Add GUI and use ideU
  4. Install and use Lazarus

For general reference:

http://landley.net/aboriginal/about.html#selfhost

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-hosting

Info on other languages besides Pascal (C, Python, Forth, Java) and kits available