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PasHi Pascal Syntax Highlighter v2.0.0 released
At long last, over half a decade since its first beta release, the PasHi Pascal Syntax Highlighter command line program has hit v2.0.0! The associated GUI program, PasHiGUI, is also out of beta and is included in the release. For more info see the linked blog post. This is a BIG update.
22 September 2016
CodeSnip 4.15.1 released
CodeSnip v4.15.1 has been released. This is a maintenance update that brings operating system detection up to date. More more information see the linked blog post.
22 September 2016
BDiff / BPatch Utilities v0.2.8 released.
Version 0.2.8 of the BDiff / BPatch Utilities has just been released. This version is mainly a recompilation with Delphi XE to enable support for Unicode file names and Unicode internal string processing.
19 September 2016
Released System Information Unit v5.3.0
Added support for detecting Windows 10 Version 1607 (a.k.a RS1 Anniversary Update), along with support for detecting Windows 2016 Server technical previews 1 to 5. The name returned for the Windows 10 TH2 November Update ws changed to 'Version 1511' as it's now known my Microsoft. The information returned by the TPJOSInfo.Description property was tweaked to include details of Windows 10 updates.
12 September 2016
CodeSnip 4.15.0 released
CodeSnip v4.15.0 has been released. This version adds supports for test compiling snippets with Delphi 10.1 Berlin. For more info and to get the download links, please see the linked blog post.
13 July 2016
Released CodeSnip v4.14.0
CodeSnip v4.14.0 has been released. This minor update adds the facility to view the program's config files. It also has a new command line option to make it possible to specify a test web server to use when debugging web services used by CodeSnip. Operating system detection has been updated. And just because it's nearly Easter, I've added another doggy pic to the program's Easter egg!
19 March 2016
CodeSnip Microsite replaced with entirely new version
Following the overhaul of the CodeSnip microsite last month I've now completely replaced it with a new Bootstrap based version. It's still in beta so comments and bug reports are welcome. See the linked blog post for more info.
03 March 2016
Overhauled CodeSnip micro-site
CodeSnip's micro-site (in the codesnip subdomain of delphidaller.com) has been overhauled. Apart from fixing some errors the main change has been to update text and links following the move of CodeSnip's source code from Subversion to Git. This micro-site remains in beta.
21 February 2016
CodeSnip development moved to Git from Subversion
CodeSnip's source code is now managed using Git on GitHub. The old Subversion repo on SourceForge has been left in place to preserve the project's source code history, but has been frozen at v4.13.1. The first release to be developed entirely on Git is v4.13.2. For more info, see the linked blog post
21 February 2016
CodeSnip v4.13.2 released
CodeSnip v4.13.2 has just been released. The main feature of this release is that an additional default namespace has been added when using Delphi XE and later to enable snippets that use the Registry unit to compile. In addition some hints used in the main window have been modified or corrected and few menu items and dialogue box names have been tweaked.
20 February 2016
All abandoned program download files have been moved from this site to GoogleDrive
All downloads relating to abandoned programs are down on GoogleDrive. It is no longer possible to choose to download them from DelphiDabbler.com. The affected programs are: 8 Queens Problem Solver, John Conway's Game Of Life, BoobyTrap!, Component Help Installer and SIBuilder.
16 February 2016
Updated Code Snippets Database with Delphi Seattle and FPC 3.0 compilation compatibility
Every bit of code in the Code Snippets Database has now been test compiled with Delphi 10 Seattle and Free Pascal v3.0.0 and the results have been included in the database. CodeSnip users can download the revised database. A few other tweaks were made to compile results.
16 February 2016