Sparc (initially working, lots of additional work done)
AMD64 (experimentally working)
PowerPC64 (under development)
m68k (1.0.x only)
ARM (under development)
Other architectures and their status:
iA64: non compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler implemented
Alpha: non compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler implemented
MIPS: (non compiling compiler, only some basic units for the compiler implemented
AVR: under investigation
Supported targets for i386:
GO32 V2 DOS extender
Linux for i386
Win32 for i386
FreeBSD/ELF for i386
SunOS/ELF for i386 (under development)
Beos for i386 (under development)
NetBSD for i386 (under development, currently maintainerless)
Netware for i386 (clib and libc)
WDOSX DOS extender
OpenBSD for i386 (under development, currently maintainerless)
Target OS2 via EMX
Watcom compatible DOS extenders
Target Darwin (Mac OS X) for i386 (under development)
BeOS/Zeta/Haiku for i386
Supported targets for SPARC:
SunOS/ELF for SPARC (under development)
Linux for SPARC
Supported targets for PowerPC:
Linux for PowerPC
Target Darwin (Mac OS X) (linking to external variables (cvar) not yet working)
NetBSD (core done, but not kept up to speed)
Target MacOS (classic)
MorphOS (basic units implemented, make cycle working)
Supported targets for PowerPC64:
Linux (under development)
Supported targets for AMD64 (x86-64):
Linux for AMD64
Win64 for AMD64 (experimentally working)
Supported targets for ARM:
Linux for ARM
WinCE (under development)
GameBoy Advance (under development via FPC 4 GBA Initiative)
PalmOS port (under development)
SymbianOS (under development)
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