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Abbrevia and XE6

Since some guys asked me to add support for XE6 to Abbrevia I had a look at it. For Delphi XE6 there has already been support, for C++Builder I added it.You can find all necessary files in the SVN repo … 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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Unit Testing RAD-In-Action webinar

The former EMBT employee and Delphi MVP Nick Hodges presents a webinar about Unit Testing. He shows the old DUnit framework, compares it to the new DUnitX one and shows how to use DelphiMock objects. I have to say automatic … 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 Orpheus

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