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What is the more used ide for freepascal?  (FPC itself vs BloodShed vs ...?)
Which one are you using?

In second place...

Where are the FPC community members talking?
This newsgroup has a very few members. The same happens with FPC yahoo mail
list

Julian Maisano. La Plata. Arg.


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In article <bmld92$nds$1@newsreader.mailgate.org>, Julian Maisano wrote:
> What is the more used ide for freepascal?  (FPC itself vs BloodShed vs ...?)
> Which one are you using?

joe (pure editor on Unix), the FPC IDE, and Lazarus for GUI stuff.

> In second place...
>
> Where are the FPC community members talking?

On the FPC community board and FPC's own lists (see site). The activity
there is not very high, but still nice to have.

> This newsgroup has a very few members. The same happens with FPC yahoo mail
> list

Yahoo list?

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"Julian Maisano" <maisanosys@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:<bmld92$nds$1@newsreader.mailgate.org>...
> What is the more used ide for freepascal?  (FPC itself vs BloodShed vs ...?)
> Which one are you using?
>
> In second place...
>
> Where are the FPC community members talking?
> This newsgroup has a very few members. The same happens with FPC yahoo mail
> list
>
> Julian Maisano. La Plata. Arg.

on windows i tend to use the bloodshed one.

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Marco van de Voort <marcov@stack.nl> wrote in message news:<slrnbosfh0.2mvj.marcov@toad.stack.nl>...
> In article <bmld92$nds$1@newsreader.mailgate.org>, Julian Maisano wrote:
> > What is the more used ide for freepascal?  (FPC itself vs BloodShed vs ...?)
> > Which one are you using?
>
> joe (pure editor on Unix), the FPC IDE, and Lazarus for GUI stuff.
>
> > In second place...
> >
> > Where are the FPC community members talking?
>
> On the FPC community board and FPC's own lists (see site). The activity
> there is not very high, but still nice to have.

Is there an established figure for the number of regular FPC users
available?  It's difficult to tell from forum & list traffic, websites
and newsgroups

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In article <81f33a98.0310160719.465f03fa@posting.google.com>, gswork wrote:
> Marco van de Voort <marcov@stack.nl> wrote in message news:<slrnbosfh0.2mvj.marcov@toad.stack.nl>...
>> In article <bmld92$nds$1@newsreader.mailgate.org>, Julian Maisano wrote:
>> > What is the more used ide for freepascal?  (FPC itself vs BloodShed vs ...?)
>> > Which one are you using?
>>
>> joe (pure editor on Unix), the FPC IDE, and Lazarus for GUI stuff.
>>
>> > In second place...
>> >
>> > Where are the FPC community members talking?
>>
>> On the FPC community board and FPC's own lists (see site). The activity
>> there is not very high, but still nice to have.
>
> Is there an established figure for the number of regular FPC users
> available?  It's difficult to tell from forum & list traffic, websites
> and newsgroups

No. We don't control all sites, and there are too many distribution ways from
which we have no stats.

- bloodshed
- sourceforge
- Official mirrors not by FPC members.
- CD sales
- magazine CDs.
- Linux distro's.

It is the same problem as counting linux users.

However we see quite large traffic spikes, even if we only announce beta's
or pre releases, which leads me to believe that many people are monitoring
FPC progress.

Also the manual of FPC 0.99.12 (translated to German, not entirely, but
quite similar to the 1.0.x manuals, 0.99.12 was a 1.0 beta) sold pretty well
(http://www.cul.de)


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In article <bmo97m$jjc$1@newsreader.mailgate.org>, Julian Maisano wrote:
>
> "Marco van de Voort" <marcov@stack.nl> wrote in message
> wrote:
> .
>> Also the manual of FPC 0.99.12 (translated to German, not entirely, but
>> quite similar to the 1.0.x manuals, 0.99.12 was a 1.0 beta) sold pretty
> well
>> (http://www.cul.de)
>
> I thought that people that understood English in Germany were wide majority,
> especially among the programmers...

The german speaking people (also Austria and Switzerland and some minorities
in other countries, 80-100 million) apparantly is large enough to justify
translating to get just a little bit more possible customers.

I'm Dutch myself, and here a lot of English books are used, while our peers
in Germany (in schools and in IT) use translated books in German.

But the Dutch language only has about 20 million active speakers. (Belgium,
Netherlands, Antilles, Suriname), which is apparaently too small.


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"Marco van de Voort" <marcov@stack.nl> wrote in message
> > This newsgroup has a very few members. The same happens with FPC yahoo
mail
> > list
>
> Yahoo list?

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/freepascal-en/

"Free Pascal programming. A friendly place to ask questions and learn, or

It is an unofficial site/group I guess, with a very low 'motion'

JM


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"Marco van de Voort" <marcov@stack.nl> wrote in message
wrote:
..
> Also the manual of FPC 0.99.12 (translated to German, not entirely, but
> quite similar to the 1.0.x manuals, 0.99.12 was a 1.0 beta) sold pretty
well
> (http://www.cul.de)
>

I thought that people that understood English in Germany were wide majority,
especially among the programmers...


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