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Re: The mistery of the OpenLetter


2004-05-22 03:10:38 PM
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Boian Mitov ha scritto:
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After a prolong research the United Institute of the Borland C++ Builder
Users and Open Letter Expectants ( short UIBCBUOL ), have concluded that
the Open Letter is indeed the long considered inexistent Open Duration
Letter, or Quasi Letter. By its very Quantum nature the letter does
exist in the form of a particle( laying on somebody(Legal ?) desk ), and
a wave( spreading as rumor in the newsgroups ( Borland C++ non-technical
??? ) ).
There ware even theories that it may hide in a parallel universe( to
be researched what is a parallel universe; to research if it constitutes
the need of emulator; what is emulator; is Borland a m$ emulator; is
Linux a parallel universe; is the universe controlled by m$; what the
hell is an emulator ). The conclusion is that although the letter
attempted a jump to a parallel( cross
pass/crossfire(Bush/Kerry?)/trespass? ) universe(Linux/Kylix?), it
failed half the way(3/4 indeed), and remains stuck between the
universes. A Java based rescue mission codenamed CBX( C++ Builder
eXtraterrestrial ? ) was launched, but failed due to a lack of compiler
GUI library, form designer, and excess of garbage collection.
The rumor( wave form existence ), resulted in a differential(
delusion, mirage ? ), spread inside the newsgroups. The dual nature of
the letter was confirmed by the simple fact that two sources of Borland
has confirmed the existence, and they reflect each other ( check
homepages.borland.com/aohlsson/blog_beta/ for the reflection, and
homepages.borland.com/aohlsson/blog_beta/ for the
description of the wave(quantum ?) nature of the source )
If you don't see/find any Open Letter relevant information, that does
not mean the Open Letter does not exist, but indeed confirms the quantum
nature of the letter, or may be the disappearance is due to just
some(.NET/Java ?) garbage collection, as result of lack of enough( Legal
? ) live references.




I'am read in Anders Ohlsson's blog:
Tom Boser: "Bring C++Builder up to the Delphi level when the next major
version of Delphi for Win32 comes out."
I think:
If Borland not release a next major version of Delphi for Win32, then
Borland not release a C++Builder with VCL.
Why Borland must release a next major version of Delphi for Win32?
Nammed Delphi 9?
Borland has made a Delphi 8 for .NET and for Win32.
Then, can be the Delphi 9 is only for .NET, without VCL for Win32.
Then, BCB 9 with VCL is not real, not a promise.
 
 

Re:Re: The mistery of the OpenLetter

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Borland has made a Delphi 8 for .NET and for Win32.
Delphi 8 is only .Net
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Then, BCB 9 with VCL is not real, not a promise.
Might be the reason why the letter is delayed, decision has been
overruled in some higher sphere.
Z
 

Re:Re: The mistery of the OpenLetter

As far as I know Delphi 8 is only for .Net. And Delphi 9 will be use for
both .net and win32 with the new IDE called Galileo.
Perhaps the answer to your question is that they are thinking in releasing
the next BCB version with Galileo IDE.
I donīt know.
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I'am read in Anders Ohlsson's blog:

Tom Boser: "Bring C++Builder up to the Delphi level when the next major
version of Delphi for Win32 comes out."

I think:
If Borland not release a next major version of Delphi for Win32, then
Borland not release a C++Builder with VCL.

Why Borland must release a next major version of Delphi for Win32?
Nammed Delphi 9?
Borland has made a Delphi 8 for .NET and for Win32.
Then, can be the Delphi 9 is only for .NET, without VCL for Win32.

Then, BCB 9 with VCL is not real, not a promise.
 

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