Re: My answers to 1.13 and 1.14
- From: Edmund <ed@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 16:19:17 +0800
Chris Burrows sighed and wrote::
In the timeline, the Win32 Delphi version immediately following D7 was
D2005. The planned Win32 elements of Octane / D8 did not eventuate.
True. I guess I misinterpreted German's original Delphi version mention
as talking about Delphi version in general and not the specifics of
which platform (Win32 or otherwise).
While 2005 stabilizes, I'm now waiting, albeit apprehensively, for my
next Delphi purchase. Since, according to the rumor/fact mill that the
next Delphi incarnation will also include C++, I will be willing to
give it a try since I'd really like to put a bit more effort in
figuring out the C++ beast, but I digress..
- Re: 64-bit Windows for AMD 64 is here...
... Of course the VCL for NET is ... classes (or structs in Win32) around. ... although not as extreme as the Win32 API. ... Delphi is also very strong on native compilation. ...
- Re: Delphi 2005 Win32 development stopped
... improve Win32 development or make a significantly better product for the end-user. ... Delphi, they wouldn't even merit a foot-note in marketting. ... someone from Borland or TeamB mentions for-in loops. ... and inherit all the bugs. ...
- Re: Thinking Clearly
... a case where MS is sticking it to DevCo. ... The question I have is if it will support ... interop and the core win32 API are bedrock. ... Was Win32 "bedrock" when Delphi 2 was released? ...
- Re: Still waiting for Bold for Delphi 200x
... I'm happy with the overall direction of Delphi right now. ... and Win32 in the same environment. ... Soon it appears C++ if I lost ... I'm not waiting for a Win64 compiler ...
- Re: Comparison about Win32 / DotNet / CSharp on Delphi, and a wish ...
... jobopenings vs the number of pure Win32 jobopenings. ... I don't care Delphi team develop .NET or C# stuff, but as a lot of Win32 ... delphi users, I've been so frustrated to see all the negative impact it ...