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2005-10-31 05:47:04 AM
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I realize it will be a while before the foundation version becomes available, but when might the developer version be out? I paid for the 2005 version of developer and bvery well may do the same for 2006.
My questions are:
1. availability of 2006 developer (when can I download it)
2. What exactly has changed between developer 2005 and 2006 ? ( saw the feature matrix that shows what 2006 has but it doesnt say what is new in 2006)
 
 

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I assume C++ is added this time
C++ ??? WOW!!!
(I assume you are being silly to make a point that they are not telling us what is in it, but MAN, that would be a big one! )
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>What exactly has changed between developer 2005 and 2006 ?

This is a good question. I think a lot of us would like to know this,
especially if we buy the Pro version with our own money for our own nefarious
purposes. I assume C++ is added this time, and there are bug fixes that really
ought to have applied to D2005, but it would be nice to now what significant
new stuff is awaiting us.

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What exactly has changed between developer 2005 and 2006 ?
This is a good question. I think a lot of us would like to know this,
especially if we buy the Pro version with our own money for our own nefarious
purposes. I assume C++ is added this time, and there are bug fixes that really
ought to have applied to D2005, but it would be nice to now what significant
new stuff is awaiting us.
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D'oh! Wrong newsgroup, and therefore wrong product. Thought I was posting to
DELPHI.non-technical.
Kind of funny, now that I think about it.
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having said that though, is delphi adding C++ support? Although it is out of context for this group, it would still be interesting :)
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D'oh! Wrong newsgroup, and therefore wrong product. Thought I was posting to
DELPHI.non-technical.

Kind of funny, now that I think about it.

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having said that though, is delphi adding C++ support? Although it
is out of context for this group, it would still be interesting :)

Yes it is off topic, but to finish this thread off, yes, C++ and C# are
now a part of the Delphi IDE offering:
www.borland.com/ca/products/delphi/index.html
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Re:2006 developer

So, Getting back on track for the original thread, I got no response to my question:
I realize it will be a while before the foundation version becomes available, but when might the developer version be out?
I paid for the 2005 version of developer and very well may do the same for 2006.
My questions are:
1. Availability of 2006 Developer (when can I download it)
2. What exactly has changed between Jbuilder Developer 2005 and 2006 ? (I saw the feature matrix that shows what 2006 has compared to foundation vs enterprise, but it doesnt say what is new in 2006)
 

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dingfelder wrote:
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My questions are:

1. Availability of 2006 Developer (when can I download it)
I don't know anything about this.
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2. What exactly has changed between Jbuilder Developer 2005 and
2006 ? (I saw the feature matrix that shows what 2006 has compared
to foundation vs enterprise, but it doesnt say what is new in 2006)
One of the big feature enhancements is the "Collaborate"
functionality. You can basically do peer-to-peer communication
with team members all over the world while *inside* the IDE.
That means you could pair-program with somebody from your
office who took the laptop to the bar, pool, beach, spa, ...
while you are chained to your desk. (You'll have to
read the info on the Web site to determine which level
of product this is found in.)
There are some nice editing enhancements, too, such as
"Active Difference Editing" (you can essentially do
diffs right in the "Source"editor without switching
to the "History" tab. It's pretty neat because it's
all controllable with a tool bar in the "Source" pane
and a tiny widget in the same pane's status bar.
Very responsive, and much easier to use than the
"History" tab.
This is really minor but ...
There's also a "Who Last Changed This Line?" item
in the context menu of the "Source" pane. Essentially,
you can ask this and find out that it was you who
wrote that lame or buggy statement. (At least that's
what it has told me every time I've used it -- of course,
I'm the only one working on this project, but I doubt
that would change even if I were working in a team.)
Maybe some others can chime in with their favorite
new or improved features.
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having said that though, is delphi adding C++ support?
Yes. D2006 has support for Delphi, C++ and C#.
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