Working on DDevExtensions 2.x for RS 2007

By | January 20, 2011

I’m currently working on porting back as much as possible from the RAD Studio 2009/2010/XE version. That means that there might be a new DDevExtension version that supports RS 2007 again.
There are also some bug fixes and new (minor) features for the other IDE versions.

Because I don’t have the time to work on DDevExtensions as much as I want, I will upload a new version every time I have completed a feature or fixed a set of bugs. So don’t expect new major features. It’s more like tweaking this and that. And don’t expect me to upload a new version every week.

I have also started working on a new plugin called DCLExtensions (Delphi Compiled Library Extensions). But in its current state it is barely usable. But the general Compiler interface is already finished: a new CompilerInterceptorW.dll with a more advanced interface.


Looks like Delphi 7 support can be restored, too.

14 thoughts on “Working on DDevExtensions 2.x for RS 2007

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  2. ocknoz

    Hi, I’m using your extensions since their first versions and just wanted to say that your work is greatly appreciated!

  3. Heinz Z.

    At my new Job, we stay at Delphi 2007 at the moment. So I am glad to here this decision from you. Thanks.

  4. Rafick

    My company is still stuck with Delphi 2007. We don’t have the time to move over all our apps to the latest unicode versions of delphi. So we really appreciate your efforts in supporting Delphi 2007. Thanks!

  5. Tommi Prami

    Very cool!, If I won lottery this week end, I donate big time 🙂

  6. Rodrigo Farias Rezino

    I already can’t work without DCLExtensions lol

    1. Andreas Hausladen Post author

      I only support Delphi 7, 2007, 2009, 2010 and XE. 5 versions are already too much especially when every version has its own IFDEFs in the code.

    1. Andreas Hausladen Post author

      The problem is not the compiler. The problem are the hooks that I have to change and sometimes reinvent for every IDE version.

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