JCL Roadmap

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Support for new versions of Delphi[edit]

The current list of targets is:

  • FreePascal 2.2.2 and 2.2.4
  • C++Builder 6 (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi 6 (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi 7 (run-time and experts)
  • C#Builder 1 (experts)
  • Delphi 8 (experts)
  • Delphi 2005 (run-time and experts) support is pending du to internal compiler errors
  • BDS 2006 (run-time and experts)
  • Turbo Delphi Explorer (run-time)
  • Turbo Delphi Professional (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi 2007 for Win32 (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi 2009 and C++Builder 2009 (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi 2010 and C++Builder 2010 (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi XE and C++Builder XE (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi XE2 (32 and 64 bit) and C++Builder XE2 (run-time and experts)
  • Delphi XE3 (32 and 64 bit) and C++Builder XE3 (run-time and experts)

A new IDE is planned about every year, the JCL will follow this move.

Following the Borland changes[edit]

Borland decided to separate its IDE (Integration Development Environment) and ALM (Application Life Management) branches by the beginning of 2006. The JCL uses only code and tools shipped with IDE. The natural way is to follow the IDE branch in CodeGear. Some JCL files contain "Borland" in their names, to preserve backward compatibility, these file names will be kept.

Help[edit]

We are looking for contributors to write documentation contents. If you are interested in writing, contact us.

For now, our documentation system uses Doc-o-matic to create files in HTML, Winhelp, CHM and Help 2.0 formats.

We will migrate all our help topics to this wiki in a near future. Then, all registered and anonymous users will be able to edit the help topics provided some captcha is solved.

Support for FreePascal[edit]

Some files can be compiled with FreePascal. If you want to improve this support, contact us.