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- 1 概述
- 2 安装 Free Pascal 编译器
- 3 安装 Lazarus
- 3.1 在Linux下安装 Lazarus
- 3.2 在Windows下安装Lazarus
- 3.3 在FreeBSD下安装 Lazarus
- 3.4 Installing Lazarus under PC-BSD 1.0rc1+
- 3.5 在Mac OS X下安装 Lazarus
- 3.6 关于安装FPC和Lazarus附加的经验和劝告
- 4 最初的贡献者和变化
那些只想装上 Lazarus，然后就开始编程的人，最简单的方式就是下载，安装一个最新的，合适的，稳定的，二进制发行版（比如 Linux 的“.rpm”包，Windows 的“.exe”安装程序，或者 Mac OS X 的“.dmg”包）。你可以读一读 Linux 或 Windows 标题下面的“fpc 二进制文件”小节，或者是看看 在 Windows 或 Linux 里安装 Lazarus 里的第一段：剩下的大部分信息都可以不予理睬。
对于想要参与编译器或者 IDE 开发的人，或者需要最新工具的人，就需要通过源代码来安装，那么这里的所有信息都是有用的。
- LCL —— Lazarus Component Library（Lazarus 组件库）
- IDE —— RAD 工具
- FPC —— Free Pascal 编译器
- FCL —— Free Pascal Component Library（Free Pascal 组件库），含有大部分 Lazarus 所需的非图形化组件
- FreePascal 编译器，包，还有源代码。（＊注意＊：所有文件必须是相同版本或日期）
- 得到支持的 widget 工具集
- 将使用本地 Win32 API
- GTK+ 1.2.x : 大部分 Linux 分发版和 *BSDs 已经安装了 GTK+ 1.2.x 库。你能在 http://www.gtk.org 找到。
你也需要 gdk-pixbuf, 0.13 或更高版（最好是0.18或更高版），你能找到两年来最新的分发版。源代码在这里 ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/gdk-pixbuf/
- Mac OS X
- GTK+ 1.2.x : 你需要苹果开发工具，X11，还有 GTK1.2。请看下面的 Mac OS X 安装部分。
- GTK+ 2.x
- 警告：GTK2 界面还没有完成，只是用于测试。
FAQ —— Frequently Asked Questions（常见问题解答）请见 http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org ，有些问题能够在本地‘FAQ’中找到。
以下部分，描述了怎样得到 Free Pascal 以及怎样正确安装 Lazarus。
安装 Free Pascal 编译器
下面的网址更多地讨论了如何安装和构建 Free Pascal 编译器 http://www.stack.nl/~marcov/buildfaq.pdf - 对某些用户来说，可能有些过于详细了，但是这里是非常全面的。
Lazarus 需要 fpc (FreePascal) 版本 2.2.0 或更高的版本，还需要相同版本的已编译 fpc 库（二进制文件）和fpc 源代码。
在 Linux 下安装 Free Pascal
警告：如果你不使用 RPM（即便你是一个准备使用 RPM 的外行），最好取得最新的稳定版 FPC（目前是2.2.0），然后通过源代码安装 Lazarus。
启动 linux，然后以 ROOT 登陆。
从 http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=89339 下载最新的文件。 比如：
- rpm -Uvh fpc-2.0.4-0.i586.rpm
- rpm -Uvh fpcsrc-2.0.4-0.i386.rpm
- rpm -Uvh lazarus-0.9.22-0.i386.rpm
Debian 用户可能要求助于其它方法（警告，这不会生成 fpc.cfg）或者使用 tar 包进行安装。
从 2.0 发布版开始，FPC 融合进了 Subversion (SVN)。现在还没有 CVS 镜像，所以你必须使用 SVN 才能得到 FPC 的源代码。
（译注：下略，请参见英文） For more information, see the FreePascal website
在 Windows 下安装Free Pascal
By far the easiest way to get a working installation of Free Pascal is to download the current binary Windows release of Lazarus from the SourceForge repository - the release contains the current versions of the FreePascal compiler and the FreePascal libraries as well as the lazarus IDE. If you want to install from sources, read on!
You can get the installer zip for fpc 2.2.0 at Free Pascal's download section http://www.freepascal.org/download.html, then choose a mirror). Installing from the sources -- see the next section to know how to get them -- is not for novices, since you need a starting compiler as well.
<<<< See section above under FPC Sources for Linux, where the use of SVN is described >>>>
安装 FreeBSD/auto版的Free Pascal
Latest FreeBSD ports collection has 2.2.0 stable version in ports/lang/fpc. But they are scattered over 57 (!) packages and do not install the sources, so it is almost always better to install manually (see below). Nevertheless here is how to install the port.
This can be done as root. 下面这些能被root完成
# cd /usr/ports/lang/fpc && make install && make clean
Other possibility is to use portinstall.
# portinstall fpc
Once fpc is installed you can check if it's working by simply running
安装BSD/manually版本的 Free Pascal
Effectively, you need
A file with all sources, or two (fpc and lazarus)
1. e.g. for fpc ftp://ftp.freepascal.org/fpc/dist/Linux/separate/sources.tar preferably an export (no CVS/ dirs). The above file misses this. 2. Lazarus source 快照
- _any_ starting compiler from the 2.2.0 branch) You can do a check by parsing the output of ppc386 -i if it is 2.2.0 .. 2.3.x it is ok.
- - dependant packages. (for FreeBSD that is gtk12, glib12 and gdk_pixbuf and GNU make, iconv and gettext)
1. (fetch) necessary files (FPC source, starting compiler) 2. (extract) Then de-tgz in work directory, 3. (build) enter work/fpc/ and run
$MAKE all OPT='-gl' PP=/path/to/startingcompiler-name-ppc386 (/path/to/ can be omitted when ppc386 is in the path) ($MAKE is make on linux and gmake on BSD)
4. (install) then, again in work/fpc, run
$MAKE install PP=compiler/ppc386 PREFIX=$THEPREFIX (THEPREFIX= usually is /usr/lcoal, but e.g. on NetBSD it is /usr/pkg for ports) Create a symlink: ln -s $THEPREFIX/lib/fpc/2.2.0/ppc386 $THEPREFIX/bin/ppc386 install sourceinstall PREFIX=$THEPREFIX
5. (configure) run compiler/utils/samplecfg $THEPREFIX/lib/fpc/2.2.0 $ETCDIR 6. (optional, test), see if ppc386 -i gives output, else give a warning that user need to add $PREFIX/bin to his current path. Try to compiler a program with -viwn, and see if that gives errors. Notes:
- If you need fpcmake package lists, you need to generate or supply them yourself, (in the port, or in an extra archive) either way, do a dummy install to /tmp/pack and determine the files installed with find . >ll
- $THEPREFIX and $ETCDIR should be user configurable. Otherwise local installs aren't possible.
- BSDHIER=1 on all make commands forces BSD hierarchy conventions.
Installing Free Pascal under Mac OS X
You also need the Apple Developer tools, X11, and GTK 1.2:
Developer-tools: Are included on the original OSX installation CDs, or download at ADC (free registration required):
Apple X11: On a new system: choose "Customize" in the install dialog, check "X11".
On an already installed system:
MacOSX 10.3: download at:
MacOSX 10.4: install X11 from the DVD.
GTK 1.2: Downloading the GTK packages and installing them properly can be a time consuming task. Therefore there are various package managers. One of them is fink:
- Download fink from http://fink.sourceforge.net/download/index.php?phpLang=en; follow the install instructions.
In the Terminal, run
sudo /sw/bin/apt-get install gdk-pixbuf gtk+ gtk+-data gtk+-shlibs gtk-doc gtk-engines
The X11 application is in /Applications/Utilities/X11. You can drag and drop it on the dock so you can start it with one click.
Tip: Most X11 programs, including Lazarus, expect to receive focus when the user clicks on a window. Under MacOSX this is deactivated. You can activate it for all X11 applications by typing in the terminal:
defaults write com.apple.x11 wm_click_through -bool true
- Free Pascal Compiler
Then download and install the Free Pascal Compiler (at least 2.2.0) from:
When compiling GTK-related software, you need to add two lines to the fpc.cfg file, to enable use of libraries:
For Lazarus you need the FPC sources as well:
- Install SVN for MacOS X: A good package is provided by Martin Ott.
Create a directory, where you would like to put the sources. You don't need to be root to do this. Any normal user can do this. First create a directory for fpc
- (e.g. /Users/username/freepascal)
then open a terminal and do the following:
$ svn co http://svn.freepascal.org/svn/fpc/trunk fpc
This will create a directories called 'fpc', which can be later used in the IDE. Hint: To download/update the latest changes you can simply do
$ cd /Users/username/freepascal/fpc $ svn up
Ubuntu / Debian
The easiest way to get a current working installation of Lazarus is to download the .deb files for FreePascal and Lazarus from the SourceForge repository.
Experimental: How to setup a FPC and Lazarus Ubuntu repository
The easiest way to get a current working installation of Lazarus is to download build your own .deb packages by following the instructions at:
The next easiest way is to the RPMs for FreePascal and Lazarus from the SourceForge repository.
You need to download the selected version of
- the compiler (eg fpc-2.2.0-0.i386.rpm)
- the pascal source library (eg fpc-src-2.2.0-0.i386.rpm)
- the Lazarus package (eg lazarus-0.9.24-0.i386.rpm).
Here is an example of a script to install or update to ver.0.9.24 from a mirror, nchc. Save it as something like "InstallLazarus.sh", give it execute permission, and run after getting root privileges using su. Don't mind if you get "not installed" message.
#!/bin/sh URL=http://nchc.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/lazarus wget $URL/fpc-2.2.0-0.i386.rpm wget $URL/fpc-src-2.2.0-0.i386.rpm wget $URL/lazarus-0.9.24-0.i386.rpm rpm -ev lazarus rpm -ev fpc rpm -ev fpc-src rpm -ivh fpc-* rpm -ivh lazarus-*
在 Mandriva 上安装
在 Suse 上安装
Installing Lazarus 0.9.18. For Suse 10.1 users
If you prefer to install from source and compile the files yourself, follow these instructions. Because the whole lazarus stuff is installed into one directory, uninstall is very easy and you don't need to be root to install lazarus. You can get tgz files for fpc, fpcsrc and lazarus from the downloads section or you can download it directly via svn.
在 Debian GNU/Linux下安装 Lazarus
There are preliminary Debian packages for lazarus available for download. They are not the latest versions, however. Make sure you read /usr/share/doc/lazarus/README.Debian carefully before you start using it. Feedback is needed and appreciated; please send your comments to Carlos Laviola <email@example.com>.
Note that for a fully working Lazarus install, no older or incompatible versions of, for example, the fpc source or fpc compiler must be installed. Remove them by typing
dpkg -r <package name>
without .deb extension. And then install the newest versions as described.
Another way to install Lazarus under Debian
Added by User:Kirkpatc. （译注：略，参见英文页面）
答: 我就是这么做的。关联很复杂，但这是我发现的最佳方案（译注：确实很复杂，谁看明白了接着翻译吧。请参见《Lazarus中文版免重装的方法》）。 I have a "bin" directory on my USB drive, where I have several scripts and utilities installed. Inside that directory is a batch file called "setenv.bat" which sets an environment variable called THUMBDRIVE. It is set by using this command in the batch file:
This is used in setenv.bat to set some paths to other things I have installed on the USB drive. I also have a link in the root directory of the thumb drive with this property:
%SystemRoot%\system32\cmd.exe /k bin\setenv
so that when I click on that link when the thumb drive folder is diplayed after inserting it, it will open a command prompt at the thumb drive with the environment variables set from setenv.bat.
Also inside the bin directory is sed (the actual binary is one I obtained from the mingw distribution). So I created another batch file called fixlaz.bat which takes one argument, the drive letter which is currently in the Lazarus/fpc settings files that you want to change (note that this is the previous drive letter the last time you ran fixlaz.bat, not the current one of your USB drive which fixlaz.bat already knows). You will need to create this batch file to fit where you installed Lazarus in the root directory structure of the drive if you didn't install it directly in the root folder, and then repeat these lines also for the editoroptions.xml and fpc.cfg files (fpc.cfg is the the fpc bin directory, which might be buried deep in the lazarus folder):
copy %THUMBDRIVE%\lazarus\environmentoptions.xml %THUMBDRIVE%\lazarus\environmentoptions.bak sed -e 's/%1/%THUMBDRIVE%/g' %THUMBDRIVE%\lazarus\environmentoptions.bak > %THUMBDRIVE%\lazarus\environmentoptions.xml
So to use it, I would type at the command prompt of the USB drive:
if "G:" was the previous drive letter used the last time I ran it. This will then scan the file(s) and replace "G:" with the current drive letter of the USB drive, which is in the %THUMBDRIVE% environment variable (after running setenv.bat). Note that you could write it to save the current drive letter in a separate file, so that you wouldn't have to remember it yourself the next time. But this works well enough for me right now. >>
The binary package is available for Linux and Windows from
Download the latest release (currently Lazarus-0.9.15-20060415-win32.exe) and launch the application. You will be taken through a typical Windows installation, in which the FPC compiler and source libraries are installed within the same directory structure as Lazarus, and the IDE should launch and operate without significant problems, provided you have uninstalled(!!!) any previous version of Lazarus and/or FPC (often found in the C:\pp directory).
You can also use a Lazarus Snapshot. For download locations see Lazarus Snapshots Downloads.
If you prefer to install from sources, then follow these instructions (Thanks to Joe for the initial Step-by-step description) （译注：略，参见英文页面）
The latest version of Lazarus into FreeBSD port tree is 0.9.22. We can to install lazarus using FreeBSD ports.
# cd /usr/ports/editors/lazarus && make install clean clean-depends
If you get the messages about missing source files, go to [menu bar >> Environment >> Environment Options >> Files Tab: FPC source library] and enter the directory of the FPC source files. It can be obtained from /usr/ports/distfiles/freepascal
Good luck, that worked for me. --Jrmarino 21:29, 4 Jan 2006 (CET)
Installing Lazarus under PC-BSD 1.0rc1+
You can install Lazarus on PB-BSD by simply downloading the Lazarus PBI from PBI Dir
Note that you must install glib* port from /usr/port/devel/glib* or glib packages by pkg_add -r glib12 glib20. I will fix this in new PBI releases.
[other OpenBSD/NetBSD/DragonFlyBSD goes here]
在Mac OS X下安装 Lazarus
Works pretty much the same as under Linux. But you first need to install the Apple developer tools, X11, and GTK 1.2.
Easy-to-install snapshots are also from the snaphot servers.
If you install all 3 .dmg snapshot files, this also installs the FPC compiler and the FPC and Lazarus source too. If you only need to run Lazarus to develop and compile your own apps, you don't need to install the FPC and Lazarus sources as described above. If you need to rebuild Lazarus or want to help with its development, then you should to install the Lazarus source to a folder where you have read-write permission, as described above.
If you want to experiment and develop the Carbon widgetset interface, look at Carbon Interface.
There are at least two ways to start Lazarus under OS X:
Start X11. In the terminal window, type:
cd /usr/local/share/lazarus ./lazarus
You can also run Lazarus from the X11 menu. Choose Applications | Customize, click Add Item, then under Name enter Lazarus and under Command enter:
open -a /usr/local/share/lazarus/lazarus
Click Done. Now you can start Lazarus by choosing Applications | Lazarus.
On linux, getting Lazarus to work can be complicated if you have an older version installed. If you have already installed earlier versions of FPC and/or Lazarus, you have to take great care that the PATHS are adjusted so that only your new versions are called.
Pitfalls that I have experienced in various attempts with SuSE linux include:
The rpm versions often install FPC in /bin or /usr/bin, with the libraries in /lib or /usr/lib. rpm版本经常把FPC安装在/bin或者/usr/bin里面，那些类库被装在/lin或者/lib里。
If you perform a make install on a source version or use a .tar.gz, the compiler is usually installed in /usr/local/bin with the libraries in /usr/local/lib.如果你执行一个安装版本或者使用一个.tar.gz，这个编译程序通常被安装在/usr/local/bin里，类库会被安装在/usr/local/lib里。
So if earlier versions have been installed from rpm, make sure all links are changed to reflect the directory structure of your new compiler. The place to make the changes is in /etc/fpc.cfg ; make sure there are no remnant configuration files in your home directory or in your FPC download directory. Typically they are found in ~/.fpc.cfg
Make sure the links in /etc/fpc.cfg point to the correct versions of the libraries (particularly if you have older versions still lurking around).
In /usr/local/bin or /usr/bin there is a file called fpc ; this is the executable that is called when you invoke the compiler. One of the first things it does is to open ppc386 in the same directory. This has to be the same version as the fpc file, or can be a link pointing to the true ppc386 in some other directory (such as a library directory, or the fpc directory in your own development space); be sure to update your link if you install a newer version of the compiler.
Try running the compiler from the command line using one of the simple example programs or one which you wrote yourself.尝试使用命令行运行编译程序，编译一个简单的例子程序或者是你自己以前写的些代码。
Turning to Lazarus:
If you use a downloaded snapshot (.tar.gz) or get the source from CVS, enter your lazarus directory and type
and hopefully the IDE should load. There may be a message saying it can't find the sources; if so, go to the menu at the top and select Environment -> Environment options and insert the name of the directory where you expect to find your lazarus files (eg ~/FreePascal/lazarus), your compiler (e.g. /usr/local/bin/ppc386), the FreePascal source directory (e.g. /usr/local/lib/fpc/$version/fpc or a directory in your own space e.g. ~/FreePascal/fpc). Then close the dialog and start programming.
You may find further problems when you start programming or compiling; most of these will be related to PATH selection.
Many of the difficulties are dealt with in the Lazarus FAQ, found either on this WiKi site, or a more complete list on the main Lazarus site。有一些困难已经被发现，你可能通过Lazarus的FAQ解决困难，或者其它完整的列表在Lazaru的主站点。有困难就先到下面的地址查查。
From the top menu select Run（在顶层菜单选择运行Run） -> Compiler Options(编译选项) (or Project(或者选择项目) -> Compiler Options in more recent releases of Lazarus) and select the Paths tab on the resulting dialog并且设置对话结果的路径. 那是几个输入框是设置路径的输入项 有单元文件的路径, Include（包括）文件的路径,其它资源文件的路径, 类库路径等等。 For each of these, it is worth pressing the ... (ellipsis) button on the right, and you will be given a blank window for inserting path information, and a lower window giving some suggestions. Select as many as you like (or ALL!) and press the ADD button to transfer the selections to the upper window. When your selection is complete, press OK and move on to the next box. If you know of other paths which need to be followed, press the Browse button associated with each box, and insert the additional paths.
当你认为路径正确时, 尝试编译你的应用程序. 如果得到路径错误 ('can't find unit .......'不能发现单元文件) 那么执行后退(go back） 并且检查你的路径, both in /etc/fpc.cfg and in your Run(运行) -> Compiler Options dialog (编译选项对话窗口)(or Project（项目） -> Compiler Options depending on your version).
一担你设定的环境和路径正确, 它需要保存设置到一个文件, otherwise(否则) you will have to go through this process for each new project.
In the Run -> Compiler options dialog there is a Load/Save button;
译者注：由于我使用的是lazarus v0.9.24 所以我发现compiler options在Project菜单里，不是在Run菜单里。 select this and then save the setings to the filename of your choice: mine is ~/FreePascal/default.cfg. Then each time I start a new project, I can go to the Run -> Compiler Options dialog (or Project -> Compiler Options), select Load/Save, and load my default.cfg file to the new project. You can, of course, modify the options for each new project if you so desire.
译者注（添加）：如果您使用的是ubuntu 8.10 并且您是使用新立得获取的lazarus和free pascal 在使用lazarus时，（Environment环境设置）fpc的路径应该是：
This page has been converted from the epikwiki version.
- Initially imported and formatted. VlxAdmin 9/22/2003
- Changed Joe's part for Windows to require fpc 1.0.10. Vincent 9/25/2003
- Updated "What is required for lazarus". AndrewJohnson 10/1/2003
- Finished formatted the InstallingLazarus page VlxAdmin 2/22/2004
- Posted some notes about Installing FPC and Lazarus: mostly reflecting experiences in trying to get the PATHS right in Linux. 3/11/2004 User:Kirkpatc
- Copied the contents of my note into the main InstallingLazarus section, edited it slightly. I don't know how to remove the original note. 3/12/2004 User:Kirkpatc
- Removed the original note. Tidied the wiki and formatting a bit. VlxAdmin
- Corrected a couple of typos - 3/12/2004 User:Kirkpatc
- Added link for daily snapshot deb packages - 3/27/2004 Vincent
- Fixed links in GettingLazarus (downloading binaries) and several other pages. 22 July 2004 User:Kirkpatc
- Added link for lazarus deb packages - 19 August 2004 VincentSnijders
- Added a short note on installing in Debian - 23 Nov 2004 User:Kirkpatc
- Considerable re-write and re-organization of installation section - 11 Dec 2004 User:Kirkpatc
- Fixed broken link - 9 Oct 2005 User:Avantman42