Category Archives: TurboPack

Orpheus

I fixed several minor bugs in Orpheus according to Win64 and Unicode. Embarcadero has updated GetIt. I have the impression that still many people are using this library which I have seen for the first time with Delphi 2.

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PNG

This time I fixed a bug in the PNG components. These components are quite up-to-date, contrary to the old TurboPower components.

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Orpheus

During the last days I fixed two bugs in the good old Orpheus components. Both were related to the TPictureField component. As I mentioned several times you can use Orpheus in legacy code, but you should avoid to use it … Continue reading

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Mustangpeak

As I mentioned yesterday, pyscripter joined the TurboPack team. He maintains not only SynEdit but also the Mustangpeak libs. That’s why I merged the different Mustangpeak forks and pushed them to Turbo pack. Many thanks again for your help and … Continue reading

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SynEdit

I just merged SynEdit. There were some great updated forks made by pyscripter that I compiled with Delphi Berlin, Tokyo, Rio and Sydney and also with the Sydney C++-Builder. Many thanks for your help and support, Kiriakos. Good to have … Continue reading

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DOSCommand

Since I’m currently working on the TurboPack components, I just updated DOSCommand. There was a pull request by a user and I merged it into the main branch.

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PNG Components

I synchronized the Turbo Pack PNG components with these ones. I also added an explicit cpp output dir for the hpp files. During installation with GetIt, the IDE now compiles the components and creates the necessary hpp files, so that … Continue reading

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Virtual Tree View

I just synchronized the Virtual Tree View with the official version. Both libraries are nearly the same, but the names of the packages are slightly different. GetIt deploys the TurboPack version, that is now also up-to-date.

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LockBox reloaded

A user asked me if he can use the LockBox component in a new multi-platform application. I told him that he can do it theoretically but he should consider the following: LockBox has been developed by TurboPower that discontinued the … Continue reading

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New era

Today I proudly announce that both my sons, aged 19 and 15, have now joined the company. Despite their advanced knowledge in Delphi they are also very interested and talented in modern technologies such as HTML and CSS. Also they … Continue reading

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