hi. i'm doing an A-level course in computing and for that i need to use one of computing's oldest, most obsolete programming language known to man - pascal. after several hours of searching for and installing a pascal compiler and a pascal XCode plugin, i thought all i needed to do was open up XCode and start pascal coding i was wrong. i can still build pascal programs, but i can only do that by opening a new 'project' - something i am fairly new to considering i use interpreted languages most of the time (python) and use textwrangler to write them. after starting a new project, a folder with about 3 files and 2 sub-folders is created, even if i'm only planning on making a simple "hello, world" script. is this all really necessary? or will i find it useful once i get around to making more complicated stuff? also, my school uses windows and therefore i have to comply with their windows-using test machines in order to get my coursework marks. is there anything i would need to add to a script to make it work on windows?