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Who want delphi support of ICE,please sign here

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I know lots of people using delphi as there primary develop tool,but until now,ICE does not have delphi port yet.if you want delphi support too,please sign here

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  • armgongarmgong Member
    i want not only delphi support but also freepacal 1.9.x support
  • Ian BlakeleyIan Blakeley Member
    Ice for Delphi, yes please!

    I would love to see Ice for Delphi, this would be a very powerful combination and I think there would be a lot of demand if people new this was a possibility.

    Ian
  • matthiasmatthias Member
    also want delphi support for ice

    hope, some more signers will convince ZeroC
  • chenhong_szchenhong_sz Member ✭✭
    I agree.
    not only Delphi but BCB,BCBX...
  • AdanzAdanz Member
    Yes. also Borland C++
  • shantanu_k06shantanu_k06 Member Shantanu KumarOrganization: Hewlett PackardProject: Prototypes for Distributed Apps
    Delphi is a popular language indeed and it would be a great addition to ICE if ZeroC concedes to the request. My new workplace uses Delphi heavily and I would be very glad to see this addition to the language bindings to ICE.

    Regards,
    Shantanu
  • marcmarc FloridaAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Marc LaukienOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: The Internet Communications Engine ZeroC Staff
    At present, we do not have any customer with a commercial need for Delphi, that's why it's not on our todo list. If your company needs Ice for Delphi and would like to have a commercial license agreement with us, please contact us at [email protected].
  • me too

    hehe , i want it!
  • miaolinmiaolin Member
    YES, Also Borland C++ Builder Wanted!

    YES, Also Borland C++ Builder Wanted!
  • blackartblackart Member
    Re: YES, Also Borland C++ Builder Wanted!
    Originally posted by miaolin
    YES, Also Borland C++ Builder Wanted!

    I agree.
  • soultakersoultaker Member
    I do

    I want Delphi support.
  • marcmarc FloridaAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Marc LaukienOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: The Internet Communications Engine ZeroC Staff
    So many Delphi users, but nobody with any commercial project? Again, please contact us if you have a commercial need for Ice for Delphi. We will not implement Ice for Delphi without any commercial customers.
  • kovacmkovacm Member Michal KovacOrganization: Charles University in PragueProject: Ferda Data Mining ✭✭
    Programming in .NET with Delphi

    I think it is also possible to work in .NET version of Delphi with ICE. You can use slice2cs to generete C#, then make from generated code .dll by C# compiler (you can find it in .NET Framework SDK or in new Delphi) and then there have to be no problem to use this assembly in Delphi.
  • dhlongdhlong Member Dao Hai LongOrganization: Friendship Hospital VietnamProject: HMIS
    need delphi support

    need delphi support
  • marcmarc FloridaAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Marc LaukienOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: The Internet Communications Engine ZeroC Staff
    I can only repeat what I wrote before: Without commercial licensees, we cannot port Ice to Delphi.
  • Z_Q_SZ_Q_S Member
    I agree.

    I agree. very much.
  • ffmpeg4nmmffmpeg4nmm Member Smart SongOrganization: fastreaming network multimedia Ltd.Project: CDMA
    Why Delphi?

    Borland will sold development tools department!
    Is there any good future for Delphi?

    I think Zeroc should do their best in ICE C++ version!
  • dhlongdhlong Member Dao Hai LongOrganization: Friendship Hospital VietnamProject: HMIS
    Free Version of Delphi:
    http://www.turboexplorer.com/
  • I want support Delphi!
    Thank you!
  • iamwoodyjonesiamwoodyjones Member john smithOrganization: blahblahProject: blahblah
    ICE is GPL, so you can always add it

    So many people using ICE who want Delphi but none that have a commercial copy. I can only assume everyone who wants it is using the GPL version of ICE.

    The best part of the GPL version is anyone is free to create their own port of delphi. :)

    That's why I started using ICE was because of it's open source nature.
  • surendranksurendrank Member Surendran KrishnapuramOrganization: PSI Data SystemsProject: Nothing
    Delphi Support...

    I feel It is high time that ICE provides Delphi support ... With CodeGear, Delphi has a very bright future.. it is unfortunate that ICE doesn't support Delphi. In fact as in our new interoperability project, I was thinking of ICE but could not recommend it as there is no Delphi support...

    Regards,
  • kwaclawkwaclaw Oshawa, CanadaMember Karl WaclawekOrganization: Personal
    Delphi for .NET is supported

    As someone else already stated:

    The .NET version of Delphi is indeed supported, as you just compile
    the code generated for C# into an assembly. Strictly speaking, there
    is not even a need for explicit VB support, as a .NET assembly can
    be accessed from any .NET language, as long as it is CLS-compliant
    (this is a minimum set of rules to enable compatibility with scripting languages).

    Karl
  • qhboqhbo Member bobby quOrganization: xiamen headsun cooperationProject: Traffic Signal Project
    I hope ICE to support Delphi(object pascal)

    support. (Ding).
    Why just to say "... Any one has commercial ... ???". :confused:
    I am disappointed that no delphi support from ICE. :(
  • CatOneCatOne Member Bill LloydOrganization: --Project: --
    qhbo wrote: »
    support. (Ding).
    Why just to say "... Any one has commercial ... ???". :confused:
    I am disappointed that no delphi support from ICE. :(

    Well, someone needs to PAY for it. Why don't you pay for it?
  • nhsoftnhsoft Member NHSoft YuOrganization: New Hope SoftwareProject: like quickbook system, java server+ Delphi client
    I want that ICE support Delphi's Client side!

    Delphi IDE is mainly development tool in china!
  • marcmarc FloridaAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Marc LaukienOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: The Internet Communications Engine ZeroC Staff
    I'm closing this thread now. It's pointless to continue to ask for Ice for Delphi support without anyone willing to pay for it.
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