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Bert Wubben

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  Posted: Apr 14, 2018 3:43 AM
I don't know if this is discussed anywhere else.
Recently I added the Windows 10 SDK to Delphi 10.2, in the SDK there is also a ARM SDK similar to the x64 SDK, my question is can I add the ARM SDK also to Delphi (actually that should also be in a new platform)
I want to develop a graphic UI on windows 10 core IOT using Delphi.

Hopefully someone has done this before.

Thanks in advance.
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  Posted: Apr 16, 2018 9:31 AM   in response to: Bert Wubben in response to: Bert Wubben
Bert Wubben wrote:

Recently I added the Windows 10 SDK to Delphi 10.2

And how did you do that exactly, when Delphi doesn't use Windows SDKs
to begin with? They are only usable in C++ instead.

can I add the ARM SDK also to Delphi (actually that should also be in
a new platform)

No, you cannot add a custom platform to the IDE. Only Embarcadero can
define new platforms.

I want to develop a graphic UI on windows 10 core IOT using
Delphi.

The only ARM compiler currently available for Delphi is for Android
only. Delphi can create apps that communicate with IoT devices, but
cannot create apps that run on IoT devices (unless you run Android on
Raspberry Pi, for instance. Then you can run Delphi Android apps on
it). If you need to make apps that run on IoT devices, try using
FreePascal instead for the foreseeable future.

According to the latest Delphi roadmap from Sept 2017, targetting IoT
platforms (Raspberry Pi, Windows ARM, etc) is still a "research area",
so there is no plan to actively support it anytime in the near future.

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