From DLL Hell to DLL Super Hell and back again Wow, that’s a scary blog title for a CrossTalk entry. CrossTalk deployment is designed to be easy, and xcopy deployable. However there are a few things that must be explained. Most of us remember the days of DLL hell. Who would have thought we might […]
Sample CrossTalk Code Here is a sample of what it looks like to use CrossTalk. Source Code This is Delphi 7 code running natively. Output Commentary This is the complete program. It is a console application, but CrossTalk works with any Delphi application. StringBuilder in this code is not a Delphi equivalent class, it is […]
Today we completed object references as return values, and reference resolution. Here is some sample code expanded from before with explanations how to manage the instances in your Delphi code. In fact, its all very Delphi like. Creating an Object xSB := StringBuilder.Create(‘Hello CrossTalk!!!’); This is how a CrossTalk object is created. It is the […]
String ref arguments are now supported Will be available in the next release.
var and out arguments now supported var and out arguments are now supported. This functionality will be available in the next release.
CrossTalk officially released CrossTalk 1.0 is officially released now! Learn more about CrossTalk.
The first release candidate of CrossTalk is available for download. Now you can download the first release candidate of CrossTalk. CrossTalk download.
Project CrossTalk Today we are officially announcing Project CrossTalk. CrossTalk is a project for Delphi that allows native Delphi code to consume .NET code in a very transparent way, very much like referencing a package. Select .NET classes you want to use from Delphi, and that’s it. Very much like in C#, or VB.NET. Or […]