Release Notes: This release adds fixes and improvements for fcl-db, Web and JSON package synchronization, improvements to the chmcmd compiler, and several fixes for winunits (and winceunits).
Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds an Objective-Pascal dialect (supported on all Mac OS X and iOS targets), many Delphi compatibility mode improvements, and various new ARM code generator features.
Release Notes: This release contains most library fixes from early June 2010 through March 2011. There are also some compiler fixes, most relating to 64-bit.
Release Notes: Many fixes and a few new features were added. Most library fixes since June 2010 are included.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with some minor enhancements. An experimental packages-installation tool has been added. Support has been added for TIFF reading/writing in fcl-image. There are improvements and fixes in CHM support. Linking the gtk2-package with GTK versions above 2.13.4 has been fixed. The text mode IDE has support for CHM help files.
Release Notes: This version contains mostly bugfixes, selected backported features, and a cleanroom implementation of some routines that were suspected of copyright infringement. You are urged to upgrade to this new version to avoid possible copyright issues.
Release Notes: The compiler can now generate code for the PowerPC64 processor. New target platforms were added: Win64, WinCE, GBA, DS, and Mac OS X on Intel. The compiler has now an internal linker for the Windows targets that can do smartlinking and is faster and uses less memory. New language features include generics, bit packed arrays, and interface delegation. Support for DWARF debug info was added. The optimizer was improved.
Release Notes: Performance improvements were made for heap and ansistrings. The database components received many updates. Bindings were added for the Apple universal interfaces.
Release Notes: The compiler now supports more CPUs (AMD-64, SPARC, PPC (32/64 bit), and ARM) and more platforms (Mac OS classic, Mac OS X, MorphOS, and Novell Netware). The runtime library has extended to be more compatible with Delphi and support a lot of new features like threading, interfaces, widestrings, and rudimentary variant support. This release has greatly improved components for database access. All runtime library routines are now documented. A textmode IDE based on Free Vision is included in the release.