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Thread So who is going to Delphi 2010?
Wed, Sep 2 2009 9:50 AMPermanent Link

"Rita"

"Roy Lambert" <roy.lambert@skynet.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Then combined with a disinclination to move to unicode its a definite NO
> GO
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Ditto the only thing I think I would move to it over D7 and D2007
is the component pallet can be seen in classic.
But pricey upgrade noway. I guess they have to get some dough
back as 2009 was not all their gravy.
No D7 still cool for me.
Rita

Thu, Jan 21 2010 5:53 PMPermanent Link

"Kerry Neighbour"
Nope - still using D7. One big stumbling block for me is Coderush. I do not
want to lose that. Productivity would halve. Also the unicode thing is a
REAL problem.



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Thu, Jan 21 2010 6:57 PMPermanent Link

Steve Gill
I have D2007 but still use D7. XP SP2 causes problems on my computer, so it's still on SP1 and hence can't run D2007.  Will upgrade to D2010 when I get
a new computer with Windows 7.
Fri, Jan 22 2010 9:09 AMPermanent Link

Dan Rootham
Steve,

<< Will upgrade to D2010 when I get a new computer with Windows 7. >>

You might be interested in the current Embarcadero upgrade offer,
which covers any registered copy of Delphi from ver 1 up. But it's
only valid until 31 January 2010.

Details of the offer here:
   http://www.embarcadero.com/rad-studio-2010-migration-center

I upgraded last September, and I'm very pleased with D2010.

Regards,
Dan
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Tue, Jan 26 2010 5:43 PMPermanent Link

"Adam H."

> Nope - still using D7. One big stumbling block for me is Coderush. I do not
> want to lose that. Productivity would halve. Also the unicode thing is a
> REAL problem.

I took the jump from D7 to D2007. Must admit, I really do miss Coderush.
D2007 has some features with templates, but they just aren't the same.

Would like to keep 'up to date' with my Delphi applications (as until
Delphi 7, I upgraded every time), but the Unicode thing has me really
concerned. Dare say I'll be using Delphi 2007 for quite some time.
Wed, Jan 27 2010 2:24 PMPermanent Link

Fons Neelen
Hi Adam,

> I took the jump from D7 to D2007. Must admit, I really do miss Coderush.
> D2007 has some features with templates, but they just aren't the same.

I never tried it, but http://www.twodesk.com/castalia/ might be
something you may find useful. Especially
http://www.twodesk.com/castalia/code_templates.html which seems to be an
advanced yet easy to use code template system.

I'm still considering purchasing it myself, but with GExperts and
ModelMaker Code Explorer I already have a good set of tools. Still, the
code templates ans some other useful things in Castalia are not in
former mentioned tools.

> Would like to keep 'up to date' with my Delphi applications (as until
> Delphi 7, I upgraded every time), but the Unicode thing has me really
> concerned. Dare say I'll be using Delphi 2007 for quite some time.

Same here, I find D2007 to be really great. And with a good set of
components of which some will never be unicode, such as HyperString, I
will be using D2007 for several years. Most of my component sets have
been around for years and it's D2007 implementation are really rock
solid. No need for unicode and quite frankly, as a hobbyist, I can't
afford upgrading all the time.

Best regards,
Fons
Wed, Jan 27 2010 3:30 PMPermanent Link

Steve Gill

Hi Dan,

> You might be interested in the current Embarcadero upgrade offer,
> which covers any registered copy of Delphi from ver 1 up. But it's
> only valid until 31 January 2010.

Thanks.  Yeah I knew about that but unfortunately I can't afford the upgrade at the moment.  I think the upgrade price still applies after 31 Jan if I have
D2007 so it might be ok to wait.

Regards,

Steve
Mon, Feb 1 2010 1:19 PMPermanent Link

David Puett
On 1/27/10 2:24 PM, Fons Neelen wrote:
> Hi Adam,
>
>> I took the jump from D7 to D2007. Must admit, I really do miss
>> Coderush. D2007 has some features with templates, but they just aren't
>> the same.
>
> I never tried it, but http://www.twodesk.com/castalia/ might be
> something you may find useful. Especially
> http://www.twodesk.com/castalia/code_templates.html which seems to be an
> advanced yet easy to use code template system.

I used to be a big proponent of Castalia and I was one of their first
customers.  But they kept raising the price with each new release and
the final straw for me was when they changed their pricing from one
license covering all installed IDEs to needing to purchase a separate
license for each IDE version.

I discovered CnPack http://www.cnpack.org/index.php?lang=en and I
haven't missed Castalia since.
Tue, Feb 2 2010 4:02 PMPermanent Link

Steve Gill
Hi David,

> I used to be a big proponent of Castalia and I was one of their first
> customers.  But they kept raising the price with each new release and
> the final straw for me was when they changed their pricing from one
> license covering all installed IDEs to needing to purchase a separate
> license for each IDE version.

I'm glad to see I'm not the only one that felt the same way.  Castalia just got too expensive for what it is.

Regards,

Steve
Tue, Feb 9 2010 4:43 PMPermanent Link

"Adam H."
Thanks guys,

I'm going to give CNWizard a shot and see how I like it.

Cheers

Adam.
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