Great program.. How do I make a subroutine ? It's fantastic, I was able to actually program a file to write to a text file all off my phone var f : text; begin AssignFile(f,'/mnt/sdcard-ext/test/test.text'); Rewrite(f); Writeln(f,"Hello Kitty'); Close(f); end; // Just that simple, however I cannot get the compiler to compile a subroutine such as.. procedure MySubroutine(x : integer); begin end; What am I doing wrong?
Does it work? As Android. Once a simple hello world is compiled, without errors, a RES window comes bye... like a prison. Not the idea, even if something is missing. What is missing, if one cannot guess? Help needed, to be useful. Worse, not saving a test file will erase the original (not saved). Also not finding where the executable is. The developer does it`s best but....Android shows it's soul: Users are fools, clients who can click. Cannot work, only pay. Like mice in a maze, that's Android vision.
Pretty good Almost perfect :) Should be able to use ES file manager or at least not force me to get some other rubbish file manager. And run seems to stop working after a couple of uses. Have to quit and restart. Recent file list makes it fast though :)
Some problems... I need to compile the code before running it, then I asked to install OI File manager.. and.. I thought it's incompatible with x86 based device (always got error message when compiling).
When trying to compile a simple pascal program on Samsung S8+, the error "can't call the assembler, error -6" appears. I can't tell if the app would work beyond this point.
Problem To run the program you need to compile but there is an error before compiling so impossible to use this app 😳😳
Supports native libraries compilation for DroidDevelop.