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Old 27th August 2009
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Question Delphi or Object Pascal In OpenBSD?

I was wondering if anyone knew a Delphi (Or any other good Object Pascal) implementation for OpenBSD? I don't like the language or anything, it's just that a collage course I'm taking uses it, so I'll have to give up the C/ASM side of things for a while.

I'm just on about a compiler or interpreter for it, just so I can execute the code I use for the course... Any ideas?

I don't want a IDE or anything... just the compiler/interpreter.

Thanks in advance
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