Category Archives: Third Party Components

Everything about third party components for Delphi.

IBDAC

One of my customers is still working with Delphi 5 and wants to move to Delphi XE6. As you can imagine this is a huge step so that we have to do the conversion very carefully. In the Delphi5 code … Continue reading

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Orpheus and XE6

I added support to Orpheus for Delphi XE6 and C++Builder XE6. You can find all necessary files in the SVN repo or you can download them directly from sourceforge.

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madExcept and XE6

Today madshi sent me a private email and announced that there will be a XE6 version of madExcept this week. I guess that most of you already know madExcept. It is a great exception handling component that shows you in … Continue reading

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VirtualTree and XE6

I added support for Delphi XE6 and CBuilder XE6 to the VirtualTree. You can find the latest version at Google Code or directly at SVN.

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Orpheus and C++Builder XE5

I just added support for C++Builder XE5. You can find all necessary files in the SVN repo in the subfolder CB XE5. Since I do not work with C++Builder any experiences are welcome.

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CodeRage C++

During the last weeks some guys contacted me and asked about C++Builder and Turbo Power components. I told them that they can use the Turbo Power components in C++Builder in the same way as in Delphi. Nevertheless I would recommend … Continue reading

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TurboPower tpsfadmin Account

This week Nick Hodges moved the tpsfadmin account to my person. That means that I’m currently the admin of the following old TurboPower projects: TurboPower Abbrevia, TurboPower Async Professional, TurboPower Async Professional CLX, TurboPower B-Tree Filer, TurboPower Essentials, TurboPower FlashFiler, … Continue reading

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RAD Studio XE5 and Abbrevia

As I mentioned in my last post about Orpheus I will today show how to move the Abbrevia component suite to RAD Studio XE5. But before I have to mention that I got a special permission from Embarcadero to show … Continue reading

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RAD Studio XE5 and the VirtualTree Component

Today I will show how to move the well known VirtualTree component to the new RAD Studio XE5 version. But before I would like to point out that it is a great honor for me that Embarcadero has given me … Continue reading

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SynEdit and Admin Rights

Today I’ve been able to get full admin rights to the SynEdit SourceForge project. This allows me to modify the download file which I updated immediately.

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