This archive contains the blog entries before 2017 and were imported from our old website. During import the post names and dates were lost (except year). This means that the posts grouped by year, but otherwise many are in random order. They have been preserved for their content. Some links within the blog articles may be […]
CrossTalk News There is a new CrossTalk test release available for download. This new version 1.0.53 includes suppport for Delphi and RAD Studio XE2/XE3. A lot of work was required to make CrossTalk work with the DelphiXE3 anti-piracy mechanism. Took much longer that we first thought. Inprevious CrossTalk versions, the CrossTalk DLLs were copied to […]
CrossTalk 1.0.40 released A new CrossTalk build is available for download. This release includes several bug fixes. Please click here to download it.
64 bit support Support for 64 bit arguments, return types, etc is now functioning and will be available in the next release.
CrossTalk 1.0.41 released A new CrossTalk build is available for download. Please click here to download it.
Encryption Now Works Encryption turned out to be a great test. It forced us to implement a lot of features we had planned for 2.0, but they are all now functioning. The code is in the previous blog entry, and also available in the CrossTalk demos.
64 bit support and more Latest release includes support for 64 bit types and more!
Up Next: Events We’ve decided to delay the 1.0 release and add more features. But we are almost there. Events are the last item to make CrossTalk 1.0 feature complete. We are working on events now, which will allow you to use Delphi code to hook to .NET events. ETA? By the end of September.
CrossTalk now usable with ASP.NET and more CrossTalk allows Delphi code to call and use .NET code. However if you want to use Delphi code in something like ASP.NET, you cannot becuase ASP.NET is the “host”, and CrossTalk required a Delphi process to be the host. We have now resolved this issue, and CrossTalk now […]
New Build – 1.0.13 Beta This build fixes the passing of ANSI single chars from Delphi to .NET. This build fixes the passing of ANSI single chars from Delphi to .NET. Now both ANSI and Wide chars are handled correctly. Those of you who expirienced problems with the StringBuffer demo with Delphi < 2009, now […]