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Turbo Power projects finally coming alive again? Nick Hodges is now tpsfadmin on SourceForge – DelphiFeeds.com

Posted by jpluimers on 2009/09/29

Nick Hodges just posted he has become the tpfsadmin on sourceforge: the administrative account for the Turbo Power tools and libraries.

It is not an officially sponsored Embarcadero thing, but at best semi official.

However, it is an admirable step into getting the Turbo Power tools and libraries updated in one central place again.

Those tools include OnGuard, Orpheus, SysTools, FlashFiler, B-TreeFiler, Async Professional and many others.

So if you have your own fork of any of the Turbo Power code from sourceforge, then please drop Nick a note.

Many thanks to Nick!

–jeroen

6 Responses to “Turbo Power projects finally coming alive again? Nick Hodges is now tpsfadmin on SourceForge – DelphiFeeds.com”

  1. Delphi Chick said

    Are there any updates for OnGuard Delphi XE2?

  2. Edward Lucido said

    Anyone ported Turbopower FlashFiler to Delphi 2010 yet? There doesn’t look to be any activity in the sourceforge project.

  3. Janusz Cichocki said

    Trubo Power is great !
    It’s good idea to port it to Delphi 2010. Specially Async and Abbrevia !
    Thanks
    Janusz

  4. warren said

    Excellent. Nick knows about the various people who have privately ported TP sourcecode to Delphi 2009/2010.

    W

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