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Link clearance on the recent Delphi XE3 and WinRT stir

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/08/25

Just for my own record, a link clearance of WinRT in relation to Delphi.

I amended this a couple of time already, will try to do so over time:


3 Responses to “Link clearance on the recent Delphi XE3 and WinRT stir”

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  2. Nice layout of the information. This makes it easy for people to jump into the discussion without much work, thx.

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