Re: Thinking Clearly

lurkio wrote:

In fact, most of them
probably wouldn't even touch VCL.NET anyway for similar semi-religious
reasons to those you mentioned as it is viewed as being tied very much
to the "old school" way of doing things.

Delphi was never an attractive tool for people who won't touch
anything MS doesn't produce. Those people aren't a potential market for
Delphi. I personally see VCL.NET as having more of a future than
WinForms, but WPF is attractive no matter where you write your code.
The notion of going with WinForms because you don't want to do "old
school" stuff is nonsensical to me.

Craig Stuntz [TeamB] · Vertex Systems Corp. · Columbus, OH
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