The initial 32-bit compiler was published on the Internet, and the first contributors joined the project.Later, a Linux port was created by Michael van Canneyt, five years before the Borland Kylix compiler became available.The DOS port was adapted for use in OS/2 using the Eberhard Mattes e Xtender (EMX) which made OS/2 the second supported compiling target.
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This release was also ported to systems using a Motorola 68000 family (m68k) processors.
With release 0.99.8 the Win32 target was added, and a start was made with incorporating some Delphi features.
Originally, the compiler was a 16-bit DOS executable compiled by Turbo Pascal.