How do I create an executible file using the command line directive in Linux with Kylix?

By: Kendall Sullivan

Abstract: Create an executible file using using the command line directive dcc.

QUESTION:

How do I create an executable file, i.e. foo.exe, using dcc in Kylix?

ANSWER:

Create the project file, i.e. foo.dpr, using VI, Pico or some other text writing tool. Next, at the command line type: dcc foo. You can pass in flags like -BE: dcc -BE foo, the will build and execute the file. There are a number of different flags you can pass in, look at the help for dcc for a full listing and description.

program foo

uses
  SysUtils;

begin
  writeln('Hello World');
  readln;
end.


Server Response from: ETNASC04