I exchanged emails with Marc-André Cournoyer of RefactorMyCode.com about supporting Delphi on his site. Since his site uses Ruby’s UltraViolet to do syntax highlighting, and it uses TextMate syntaxes, he needs a Delphi syntax for TextMate. Turns out it has a Pascal syntax already, so it is 90% of the way there.
Does anyone know where I might find one that has already been updated for Delphi? A Delphi Prism / Oxygene one would be great too!
Also, if you were one of the first people to download after I uploaded then you may have the wrong version. Something got skewed during the upload. Special thanks to my wife for recording the intro and outro for me on this episode!
Monday’s podcast will feature an interview with RemObject‘s marc hoffman. Delphi Prism has been released, and it is powered by the RemObjects Oxygene compiler. If you have any questions about the Oxygene Compiler then this is your opportunity to ask them of marc, as he is the Chief Software Architect for RemObjects.
Please, leave your questions in the box below, and I will cover what I can with marc. Remember, keep your questions focused on Oxygene and RemObjects as marc won’t be able to answer questions on behalf of CodeGear or Embarcadero.
I recorded a quick first look at Delphi Prism in Visual Studio 2008. Just a short overview of only 3:24 seconds to create a Hello World video. This was recorded live while sitting in the hall at PDC2008.
Sitting down with Nick Hodges, marc hoffman and Allen Bauer at Microsoft’s PDC2008 to discuss Delphi Prism. Get answers to all your questions about what Delphi Prism is, and the future of Delphi. Leave any questions you have on Delphi Prism here, and I’ll get the answers for you.
A little late to on this podcast, but it is some good information. The audio quality is not as good as I would like, but you can certainly hear what is going on.