* The compiler generates machine code for Intel compatible processors (IA-32 architecture).
* It is possible to use the compiler as a scripting engine. You can embed the compiler into host application, register host-defined types, routines, variables and constants for the engine, read/write script-defined variables, call script-defined functions etc. You can save/load compiled scripts to/from a stream.
* The compiler was initially written in Borland Delphi as a set of Delphi components. TPaxCompiler, TPaxProgram and TPaxPascalLanguage are Delphi components that allows you to embed the paxCompiler into Delphi, Kylix or Borland C++ Builder application so you can customize and extend the application without having to recompile it.
* Source code of paxCompiler is compatible with Free Pascal 2.0.
* paxCompiler, implemented as paxcompilerlib.dll, can be used for scripting Microsoft Visual C++ applications.
* The compiler supports Object Pascal language based on the Delphi 7 standard. Syntax of Basic language is similar to VB.NET.
* Script-defined functions support register (Borland fastcall), cdecl, stdcall, safecall, pascal and msfastcall (Microsoft fastcall) calling conventions.
* COM support.
* TPaxCompilerDebugger and TPaxCompilerExplorer components implement debugger (breakpoints, call stack, watches, step over, trace into, run to cursor, pause) and code explorer capabilities.
* Script-defined types support run-time information (RTTI).
* You can bind instances of script-defined classes with dfm files.
* You can import host-defined types with paxCompiler importer.
* You can create stand alone executable files.