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10.1 The GPC Mailing List

There is a mailing list devoted to GNU Pascal. You can write to the mailing list, e.g. if you have problems installing GPC or if you found a problem with GPC (please see Reporting Bugs). You can also use it to discuss suggestions for improving GPC and, most welcome, to offer your help or contribute code, documentation or other work. Mails to the list should be in English.

To subscribe to the mailing list, send the command

     subscribe gpc your@email.address

in the body of a mail to (not to!). The subject is ignored. (Please replace your@email.address with your real email address.) For more info, send a line help to

After subscribing, you can send a message to the mailing list by sending email to the list address as if it were a person.

To leave the mailing list, send the command

     unsubscribe gpc your@email.address


You can reach a human moderator at

There is a separate mailing list for discussions about GPC documentation, To subscribe, send the command

     subscribe gpc-doc your@email.address


There is also a (low-traffic) announce list, that you can subscribe to stay up-to-date. To subscribe to the list, write an email with

     subscribe gpc-announce your@email.address

in the body to If you like to announce a contribution, a service or an event related to GPC, you are invited to post to this list rather than, but please don't use the announce list for questions or discussions. Please note that all mail sent to the announce list is forwarded to the regular list, so you won't have to subscribe to both lists if you don't want to miss anything. For the same reason, please don't cross-post to both lists.

There is also a German speaking mailing list, To subscribe send the command

     subscribe gpc-de your@email.address

in the body of a mail to (note the hints above).