Tuesday, September 22, 2009

D2010 suppport in tiOPF

tiOPF is a Object Persistence Framework. That is, it is a framework based around saving your objects to, and loading them from, databases and/or flat files.

Delphi 2010 support has now been added to the latest repository version.

No release has been made as of yet, so you need to to retrieve it from the subversion repository. See here for instructions.

Notes
  • Running unit tests requires copying the xdom.pas unit from Delphi 2009as this is no longer supplied
  • There are a large number of failures with BDE paradox tests. I haven't investigated this yetas no-one uses paradox any more
  • tiVirtualTree and related components have been removed from the gui controls as they don't work under D2009/D2010.
  • Unicode is still not supported :(

Links

3 comments:

SoulIntruder said...

Hello.

As far as I know, Virtual Tree is working with lates Delphi. Check here:

http://www.soft-gems.net:8080/browse/library/VirtualTreeview/Delphi

TDelphiHobbyist said...

Awww, I read the title backward ...
** tiOPF support in D2010 **
and got very excited. THAT would indeed be a reason to upgrade :)

Better luck next time I guess.

Sean said...

@SoulIntruder

tiOPF uses a earlier virsion of Virtual Tree, that needs serious updating.