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Icon Upcoming Delphi XE2 Support in DBISAM and ElevateDB

Posted by Tim Young on Wed, Sep 7 2011
We are currently working on finishing up Delphi XE2 support for both DBISAM and ElevateDB, and expect to release new minor releases of both by mid-October, at the latest. Both DBISAM and ElevateDB will initially include support for 64-bit compilation only, with Mac compilation coming at a later time.

Due to the ever-increasing number of releases required for each new Delphi version (Unicode, ANSI, 32-bit, 64-bit, x86, ARM, PHP, .NET, ODBC, VCL, LCL), we are currently having to make modifications to our internal build systems to acccomodate new naming schemes for all new builds and releases, in addition to updating the source code base for 64-bit, and that is what is responsible for the delay.

Tags: DBISAM, ElevateDB, Delphi XE2Permanent Link

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Comment Alan Questell said... Reply
Will it be possible to use ElevateDB with the Starter version.

Comment Alan Questell said... Reply
That should have a question mark...lol.

Comment Dale Derix said... Reply
I am extremely interested in being able to connect to an ElevateDB server from an iPad.  Will that be included in the "Mac Compilation"?

Comment Robert Wismet said... Reply
FireMonkey-Support in DBISAM would be REALLY COOL! Smile

Comment Tim Young [Elevate Software] said... Reply
Alan: yes, it will be possible to use ElevateDB and DBISAM with the starter version.

Comment Tim Young [Elevate Software] said... Reply
Dale: yes, Mac support will include all Apple target platforms that are supported by the compiler.

Comment Tim Young [Elevate Software] said... Reply
Robert: I don't think that there's anything specifically required of ElevateDB or DBISAM in order to support FireMonkey.  I haven't done much with FireMonkey yet, though, so please take that with a fairly large grain of salt.

Comment Robert Wismet said... Reply
Any news about XE2 support?

Comment Tim Young [Elevate Software] said... Reply
Robert: I'm working on finishing it up now.

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