delphi 2006 code in delphi 2010
is there any option to make delphi 2006 code work in delphi 2010? something like in java IDEs where you can define the code level you like to use?
the problem is, that i made a project with 2006 and sent it to my customer. they got 2010 and it compiles fine, but it just doesn't work. it deals with en-/decryption of text, we assumed, that it has something to do with ansi vs. unicode strings... but we cant find the exact position where the error occurs.
i am a bit dissapointed, because everywhere i read that the new IDE will always be downwards compatible and so on.. but in ...Why does this work fine in Delphi 2009, but not in Delphi 2010
I've been racking my head trying to figure this out and can't understand what is wrong, TFileStream.ReadComponentRes fails when I try to read a component containing a record, it works fine in Delphi 2009 and Delphi 2007, but fails with Delphi 2010
Here is the unit source and DFM
Windows, Messages, SysUtils, Variants, Classes, Graphics, Controls, Forms,
TThresholdMode = (tm0,tm1,tm2,tm3,tm4,tm5);
TThreshold = Record
Basically, I am moving an app from Delphi 5 to Delphi 2009 which is all great (yeah right!) and I am having a couple of issues with some thirdparty components that we have the source code for.
Being that I wanted to make the task as easy as possible, I was able to download the component in Delphi 2007 format. I have now managed to port that to 2009 so it compiles only with warnings and no errors. So all is good at this moment.
Now I am trying to install the component into the IDE by using the install menu option from the project manager. This is where I run into errors. ...Code works in Delphi 7 but not in Delphi 2010 [Edit]
i have a procedure that open's a file by passing the file name as the parameter to the executable.
something like this
C : \ P r o g r a m F i l e s \ Da c k e r \ D r a c k e r . e x e " G : \ D E l p h i 7 \ D e l p h i 7 A p p _ l o g . t "
The source code is
RegDataType, RegDataSize: DWORD;
CmdLine: array [0..560] of Char;
Ret := windows.RegOpenKeyEx(HKEY_CURRENT_USER,
...Move from Delphi 2009 to Delphi XE2 and now failing
I recently moved from Delphi 2009 to Delphi XE2 (combined with a new computer).
The XML that is now created no longer accepted by the webservice.
The specific steps I went through were.
1) Delphi 2009 with old pas file. Worked.
2) Delphi XE2 with old pas file. Didn't work.
3) Delphi XE2 with new pas file imported by Delphi XE2. Didn't work.
The new pas file has the following lines, but commenting them out doesn't change the XML.
InvRegistry.RegisterParamInfo(TypeInfo(FaCSIADiagnosticInterface), 'Ping', 'Ping_Input', '&...Delphi 2009 (and probably Delphi 2010 as well) and QTP
We have a suite of automatic tests written in QTP (Quick Test Pro - an HP product), and we have just upgraded to Delphi 2009 (I know we are late adopters), and all of these tests no longer work. The plugin that QTP have released does not work with Delphi 2009 - we have that in writing now from HP. Do you know of (a) anyone else in the same boat as us (b) anyone have a work around, as I can't see one and HP don't seem to be too proactive about this.
Any help would be appreciated.
I just installed D2010. We started using QTP several months ago so I assume
we will have the same issu...Delphi 6 to Delphi 2010 character codes conversion
I an converting a unit from Delphi 6 to Delphi 2010. Everything works except for a couple of character codes, the decimal values are(224 and 227). As far as I can tell when data is loaded from the socket into a buffer, the codes are ok. When they are written to another buffer these 2 codes use the upper case version of the characters(192 and 224). I don' t see it on any other of the codes. I set the code page in the compiler options to 1252, but that did not work. Any other options I can set in Delp
hi 2010 to correct this?
Jan B wrote:
> I an converting a unit from D...Delphi 5 To Delphi 2009
I upgraded to Delphi 2009 from D5. The install says I can install Delphi and/or C++. Delphi installed OK but I see nothing of C++. What am I missing or does my upgrade not include C++? Thanks
It depends on what you bought. If you bought Delphi 2009 only, that's
what you get. If you bought Delphi 2009 and C++ Builder 2009 you get
both. My guess is you got Delphi 2009 only. The simplest way to verify
is look your invoice - it should say I would think. You could also go to
members.embarcadero.com, login, then click on my registered products.
There will be a textual description of...Delphi XE / Delphi 2010
I noticed that Embarcadero® Delphi® 2010 Version is not on the list of products on
Or is it still possible to buy it?
Will RAD Studio XE compile programs written in Delphi 2010 without problems.?
Am 13.09.2010 09:04, schrieb Petra Nemec:
> Will RAD Studio XE compile programs written in Delphi 2010 without problems.?
As always you will probably have to recreate the projects as the import
is still a bit -- special.
Does anybody know if it is still possible to get a Delphi2010 trial version
(if yes where)?
...from delphi 6 to delphi 2010
It is possible, with component RX, dxforumlibrary, InfoPower3000Pro,
Accepts communication BDE.
Thank by comments.
excequiel arostica wrote:
> It is possible, with component RX, dxforumlibrary,
>InfoPower3000Pro, StringAlignGrid. Accepts communication BDE.
>Thank by comments.
Rx is dead and sources are taken over by jcl/jvcl. I dont know about
the rest of the components and i have no experiences with bde over the
last 9 years.
excequiel arostica wrote:
> It is possible, with component RX, dxforumlibrary,...Delphi 4 to Delphi 2009
Thanks to all who answered my previous question. That was a great help.
And atlast our client agreed to upgrade our delphi version from 4 to Delphi 2009. *Sigh*.
But before that, I need to give the estimation and cost regarding the migration to delphi 2009.
Can anyone tell me is there any tool to migrate from delphi 4 to delphi 2009 or just I need to compile our Delphi 4 application in Delphi 2009.
I have read from the delphi 2009 feature matrix that Delphi 1 through Delphi 2007 import is possible in delphi 2009. But i am not that sure considering the size of our application.
...SEPA components for Delphi with Source Code (Delphi 5
in the european union change next year the Bankingformat to the SEPA Format.
All peoples and companies must change the bankingssoftware and the costumer data form acountnummers in the new IBAN and BIC numbers.
- generate SEPA XML'S
- Calc IBAN
- BIC Database (DE,AT and CH)
Bankinssoftware for Develpoers (Germany only)
El 26/10/13 21:38, A...Problems
We have a software developed in the Delphi 2009 and we do NOT use the runtime themes.
So, the option: Projetct / Options / Application / Enable Runtime Themes is UNCHECKED.
When I'm on the Delphi 2009, it's all right.
The problem is when I use the Delphi 2010.
The same configuration (Projetct / Options / Application / Enable Runtime Themes is UNCHECKED).
The form editor (IDE) insists on show the forms with the current Windows theme.
I don't like this, I want the runtime themes off while I'm programming and editing my forms.
How can I solve it?
Thanks to...Delphi 2010 produces much larger binaries than Delphi 2009 [Edit]
When I compile my project with Delphi 2010 the resulting executable is about 30% larger than the one compiled with Delphi 2009. Both binaries are compiled with the same source code and project options. The size of individual DCU files increases by 5-20%.
Has anybody experienced similar results?
Has anybody an idea what could cause this?
It surprises me, as the changes in syntax and VCL have not been that big.
Edited by: Joachim Marder on Sep 25, 2009 6:07 AM
"Joachim Marder" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> When I compi...