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Posts Tagged ‘GExperts’

GExperts 1.37 available for Delphi XE6..6.02, but not for Appmethod (via: Download | GExperts)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/04/19

GExperts 1.37 (commit 875, but no tag yet) now supports Delphi XE6 and XE5, and ahost of older Delphi versions. Binary downloads are available at Download | GExperts

These were the release news items:

In addition to what is in those items, 1.37contain a substantial speed improvement and some other fixes from me (I hope this fix also will get in later) in the Grep Search.

It is likely that this will be the last GExperts that support Pre-Delphi-2007 versions (currently 2006, 2005, 8.02, 7.1 and 6.02).

It is not clear if there will be a GExperts for Appmethod, as Appmethod does not provide functioning command-line compilers like I already blogged about in Spring4D now has projects for Appmethod, but it cannot support Appmethod in the automated build engine.

You can get an Experimental GExperts version for Delphi XE6..6.02 (that includes a source formatter) from Experimental GExperts Version » twm’s blog.

From Thomas Mueller (the author of the experimental GExperts versions), there are also a few other interesting blog posts you probably will like:


via: Download | GExperts.

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