On August 8, 2006, Developer Tools Group of Borland Software Corporation announced plans to release single language versions of Borland Developer Studio, which includes Turbo Delphi for Win32, Turbo Delphi for .NET, Turbo C++, Turbo C#. The Turbo Explorer versions are free downloadable version, and Turbo Professional versions are priced less than $500. On September 5, 2006, Developer Tools Group of Borland Software Corporation announced the initial releases of the Turbo products.
In October 2009, Embarcadero discontinued support of Turbo Delphi, along with the other Turbo products including Turbo C++ Builder. The product is no longer available for download, and it is not possible to receive a registration key from Embarcadero, which was required to use the product. The latest release of Turbo Delphi was 2006, and it was based upon Embarcadero's product Delphi 2006.
I have a co-worker with a strong background in Ruby that is interested in getting started with Delphi and native development. However, I understand that Turbo Delphi (based on Delphi 2006) is no longer available for download.
Turbo Delphi is an IDE by CodeGear. It's targeted at students, amateurs, individual professionals, and hobbyist programmers. It uses the Object Pascal/Delphi programming language. It was first announced on 8 August 2006. It became available for download on 5 September 2006.
The JEDI Code Library can be compiled targetting Turbo Delphi Explorer and Turbo Delphi Professional. Turbo Delphi Professional is recognized as BDS 2006, you have to download its command line compiler from CodeGear website at to install the full JCL on this tool.
Linrad is an extraordinary weak signal receiver by SM5BSZ. To accompany this software Leif, SM5BSZ, designed and built an equally extraordinary set of Hardware modules. These cover 500 KHz slices containing the 1.8, 3.5, 7, 10, and 14 MHz bands, and the lower 2 MHz of the 144 MHz amateur radio band. When using these with Linrad, Linrad provides the necessary hardware control. But if you plan to use the WSE boxes with your own software, or with Rocky or SDRadio or Winrad or M0KGK SDR Decoder, then you need an ancillary program to control the WSE boxes. WSEController by W3SZ is such a tool. Click WSEControl.zip to download. This ZIP file contains: WSEControl.exe , the Visual-Basic-derived .exe file inpout32.dll , the dll file to go in the windows systems directory, to allow printer port device control under Windows [necessary to use this program] hwinterface.ocx , an ocx file to be used if compiling your own programs to control parallel port with VB [though you need a few other files too] and the readme.txt file that came with the dll file.This directory also contains the Visual Basic source files inpoutv4.bas, projectwse.vbp, formwse.frm, and the wsedata.ini file has the dll and example files, etc. The WSE Controller controls the frequency of the WSE whether you are using the RXHFA HF module or the RX144 module as the front end, and allows you to listen to 160, 80, 40, 20 or 2 meters, or 10 MHz with the WSE hardware. If you try my WSE Controller let me know how it works [or not] for you. Remember that you need to put the dll in the windows system directory. I suspect that you also need the usual VBRun files, but I haven't checked that out as ALL of the machines here already have them in place. If you are running a 64 bit version of Windows such as Windows XP 64, you will need another solution. Here is a zip file that contains the code for a widget I made using Borland Turbo Delphi 2006. The zip file contains all of the component files for making the executable as well as the exe file itself, and the sourcew3szproject2a.pas for the main form. Below is a screen grab of this widget. To use this program with XP64 you need the 64bit version of inpout32.dll. It is available at Note that you don't need the inpoutx64.dll for this use; the 64bit version of inpout32.dll is what you need. As written, the program will allow you to select the [decimal] printer ports 33792, 32768, 632, and 888. Turbo Delphi is a free download from .
I recently installed Turbo Delphi explorerOpened dclusr.dpkadded gauges.pas to it, added register procedure to gauges.pasit compiledthen i installed itit says that it has now been addedrestart turbo explorercreate a new form and no samples palette in the tool palette
You should be able to still download the Turbo Explorer editions from the Codegear website (I downloaded and installed it last week, but it took me close to an hour searching through my links and history before I used google to pinpoint the special turbo explorer website, but try ).
This project aims to build a small and easy-to-use editor for the Win32 OS family.The initial development environment was Borland Delphi 6, and while now the preferred IDE is Delphi 2006, the source should compile even with delphi 7 and delphi 2005. Most part of the work of this editor is done by the Synedit components.
A demo program with associated explanatory notes is included in the download. The demo lists and provides information about all the special shell folders supported by the unit. Informations Status: Fully functionalSource: IncludedExe demo: includedSize: 52kB Platforms: D2005, D2006, D4, D5, D6, D7
Sorgenkind der Delphi-IDE ist wie auch schon in den letzten Developer-Studio-Versionen ist die Hilfe. Für Turbo Delphi wurde sie nicht wesentlich überarbeitet, sondern besteht aus einer Teilmenge der Developer-Studio-Hilfe. Allzu tragisch ist das angesichts des umfangreichen deutschsprachigen Internet-Angebots zu Delphi allerdings nicht.Wer jetzt endlich selbst loslegen will mit dem neuen Turbo Delphi, der findet den Download unter www.turboexplorer.com. Die kostenpflichtige Professional-Version, die dann auch die Erweiterung durch Dritthersteller-Komponenten erlaubt, ist bei CodeGear erhältlich.
On September 6, 2006, The Developer Tools Group (the working name of the not yet spun off company) of Borland Software Corporation released single-language editions of Borland Developer Studio 2006, bringing back the Turbo name. The Turbo product set included Turbo Delphi for Win32, Turbo Delphi for .NET, Turbo C++, and Turbo C#. There were two variants of each edition: Explorer, a free downloadable flavor, and a Professional flavor, priced at US$899 for new users and US$399 for upgrades, which opened access to thousands of third-party components. Unlike earlier Personal editions of Delphi, Explorer editions could be used for commercial development.
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