Sunday, February 29, 2004

Borland to present at Fulcrum Global Partners 2004 Forum

Press Release

Getting the most from C++BuilderX

"Looking for the sharpest IDE on the block? C++BuilderX shreds development time by putting smart wizards and templates at your fingertips. Add class browsing and stylish source code history, and you’ve got a tool to transform any novice code cutter into Edward Scissorhands."

Check out David Williams' C++BuilderX tutorial

Saturday, February 28, 2004

JBuilder X Developer has been lowered to $500

An absolutely awesome price for an awesome product! Get yours now!

JBuilder has landed on Mars

Santa Cruz Sentinel article

Borland Java Development Newsletter - February 2004

The February edition of the newsletter contains the very latest and greatest information, news and links on everythinr Java related.

JBuilder and Together ControlCenter win Reader's Choice Awards

Many other awesome Borland products took home some great awards as well. Read all about it.

Save up to $3,750 by going to a Delphi 8 User Group

The special user group offer on Delphi 8 is potentially worth up to $3,750.

Everyone who shows up at one of these events get a coupon, with which you can buy up to 5 licenses of Delphi 8. The rebate offer is 25% on Delphi 8 Architect and Enterprise, and 15% on Delphi 8 Professional.

The $3,750 maximum savings is calculated on the $750 savings per license if you buy 5 new user licenses of Delphi 8 Architect.

More on the Delphi 8 User Group tour here

Friday, February 27, 2004

Danny on coming fixes in Delphi 8 update 2

From: "Danny Thorpe"
Newsgroups: borland.public.delphi.non-technical
Subject: Re: D8 = Disappointment. Is Delphi dead or dying?
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 18:42:43 -0800

"Nelson F." wrote:
> We tried to do a simple crystal report demo - display a
> report - with Delphi 8 and it failed miserably.

Importing the CrystalDescisions assemblies with the Delphi compiler has been
fixed and will be released in the upcoming web update 2 for Delphi 8.

The import failure was caused by the Delphi compiler not expecting to find
an assembly internal (private) type used as the function result of a public
method of a public class in the CrystalDecisions metadata.