June 17, 2010
Today CNOC launched the new Lazarus support website. The goal of the site is to support the development and promote the usage of the the Lazarus software development studio.
The new website will combine the information about Lazarus that is available from different sources, and make them available in an accessible, structured way. "Lazarus is a great development environment for building cross-platform solutions on Windows, Linux and OS/X. But for a newcomer it is really difficult to find how the basic things work, and all the things which are possible with Lazarus. That's why we started this website." Joost van der Sluis from CNOC said. "We thank the community for their help building this site, and offcourse for the perfect compiler and IDE they made."
Java-bytecode target added to the Free Pascal compiler.
August 20, 2011
A new target has been added to Free Pascal compiler. It is now possible to compile applications to Java bytecode. This means that these Free Pascal applications can run in a Java Virtual Machine (JVM), so that it can run on any platform that has Java support.
Dutch Pascal conference 2011.
June 12, 2011
After the success from last year, the Dutch Pascal Users Group organizes the second Dutch Pascal Conference on June 18th. Last year it was mainly focused on Lazarus, this year there will also be some topics about Delphi.
-- Alexander Grau, Germany