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|Mon, Oct 27 2014 9:55 AM||Permanent Link|
Any news about EWB 2.0?
Can we expect the release before Christmas ?
It will be a great present
|Mon, Oct 27 2014 10:30 AM||Permanent Link|
Lest we appear to be banging down the doors, there is another thread with this.
|Mon, Oct 27 2014 11:17 AM||Permanent Link|
> Hi Ivan:
> Lest we appear to be banging down the doors, there is another thread
> with this.
It's worth asking again though - time is passing. From what we've
heard, the new system looks to be very powerful but it is also a heck
of a challenge. To be able to mimic the browser's execution in the IDE
for the new controls must be "interesting". When it is done it will be
amazing I'm sure, but Tim also recognised reality and did the 1.04
update to fix minor issues.
If there is one thing we can be sure of, when it comes out it will be
solid. Tim doesn't do "throw it out and see how it goes".
|Mon, Oct 27 2014 12:43 PM||Permanent Link|
Matthew Jones wrote:
> Tim doesn't do "throw it out and see how it goes".
Reminds me of a company...can't quite put my finger on it...
|Thu, Oct 30 2014 4:37 AM||Permanent Link|
Loving the product and have created several projects already... Looking very much forward to 2.0. One thing that slows me down in version 1 is the problems that occurs if you copy and paste objects from one form to another. Suddenly you have some compile errors that does not make any sense and have to delete the objects again to remove the compile errors. This have however been pointed out before on the forum.
Will this be resolved in v 2.0?
|Thu, Oct 30 2014 4:52 AM||Permanent Link|
> copy and paste objects from one form to another.
Yes, they can be interesting, but generally it is simple to resolve -
just remove the events in the property editor. This solves most issues.
it would be good to have improved though in some more meaningful way -
perhaps even a check of each properties events to verify they exist.
Doesn't Delphi do this? I guess it was a problem they had to solve too.