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#21 Ronny Encarnacion

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Posted 04 March 2015 - 01:24 AM

Hi Farshad are you using ADO or Firedac to connect to the database ?


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#22 Farshad Mohajeri

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Posted 04 March 2015 - 07:38 AM

It is same demo that we distribute as AllFeaturesDemo.

 

It uses ADO to connect to a local MDB file..


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#23 DonaldShimoda

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Posted 05 March 2015 - 02:58 PM

This weekend was my Linux weekend!

 

I got an Ubuntu VPS from Contabo and after 3-4 hrs I could get our big demo running under Wine:

 

here is the demo running on Ubuntu:

http://5.189.136.26:8077/

 

I will share more details tomorrow.

 

Fasrhad, while this seems to be big news is not likely to run a windows app under wine. The main problem is all the Iot i mentioned (raspberry PI, beagle bone, ..) run ARM processor and don't run WINE!

 

You say the problem is you use some winapi to format image, lazarus have FULL support for this. If you want i can help you to convert that parts only, that will be very easy for me.

 

Regarding to reports, you can offer pdf reports on lazarus, work perfects. Also the support of fast report works, why do you think this don't?

 

Anyway, i hope you reveal this point. i Will buy a license if you deliver a REAL linux version /that need to be lazarus compilable, sorry) 


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Posted 05 March 2015 - 03:01 PM

This weekend was my Linux weekend!

I got an Ubuntu VPS from Contabo and after 3-4 hrs I could get our big demo running under Wine:

here is the demo running on Ubuntu:
http://5.189.136.26:8077/

I will share more details tomorrow.



3, rich controls (recommended to install the Lazarus integrated environment http://www.pilotlogi....php/codetyphon)
4, practice has proved a lot of VLC controls after appropriate modifications can support Lazaurs (installed CodeTyphon can see a lot of transplantation of Vcl controls)
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#25 Soho Software Team

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Posted 05 March 2015 - 03:15 PM

CodeTyphon

http://www.pilotlogi...y/30-codetyphon
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#26 Soho Software Team

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Posted 05 March 2015 - 03:18 PM

CodeTyphon v5.20 is new ver

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#27 Farshad Mohajeri

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 07:17 PM

Fasrhad, while this seems to be big news is not likely to run a windows app under wine. The main problem is all the Iot i mentioned (raspberry PI, beagle bone, ..) run ARM processor and don't run WINE!

 

You say the problem is you use some winapi to format image, lazarus have FULL support for this. If you want i can help you to convert that parts only, that will be very easy for me.

 

Regarding to reports, you can offer pdf reports on lazarus, work perfects. Also the support of fast report works, why do you think this don't?

 

Anyway, i hope you reveal this point. i Will buy a license if you deliver a REAL linux version /that need to be lazarus compilable, sorry) 

 

My main goal is not using WINE as a primary way of deployment on Linux. It can only be a temporary solution for now, as I noted somewhere above WINE solution couldn't pass our stress tests.

 

If you look at here

 

http://www.fast-repo...ort-comparison/

 

You'll notice that FastReport's FPC port still have many shortages. Almost no export filter is available.

 

Thanks for help offer for FPC port. I'll consider this when I seriously start the task.


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#28 Farshad Mohajeri

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 07:18 PM

CodeTyphon v5.20 is new ver

 

I'm a bit familiar with CodeTyphon. What's the main difference from Lazarus?


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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:43 PM

I'm a bit familiar with CodeTyphon. What's the main difference from Lazarus?

http://www.pilotlogi...odetyphon-about

 

 

CodeTyphon is the Free "Pascal Visual Programming Studio",
for Cross-Platform Native Development,
with Multi-OS, Multi-CPU, Multi-Platform and Cross-Build abilities.

Yes, it's a Free and Open-Source, "Tera" Programming Studio, 
to build any kind of application, Commercial or Non Commercial.

CodeTyphon has Typhon V-IDE (Visual Integrated Development Environment)+
FreePascal compiler+Tools+Free Components packages+Free Libraries+
tons of samples and all these are Free and Open-Source.

CodeTyphon Programming Studio is completely free of cost for you to develop, enjoy and share.
We believe we should use and distribute the software and it's content, we promote to accomplish our mission of advancing free software.
We provide free alternatives to proprietary code and content to make CodeTyphon completely free and redistributable for everyone.
This way, anyone can use our work for their own purposes, without legal hassles, to further spread free software.

CodeTyphon has been designed to be simple to operate yet powerful enough to fulfill all your professional and industrial programming needs.
We've added many new features to CodeTyphon over the course of its development.
Our focus is on delivering power and usability at the same time and making your software development enjoyable without overloading your senses.

We intend to continue improving and stabilizing CodeTyphon to give you the best programming experience possible.
We hope you will have a good time using CodeTyphon.

If not, please help us make it better by reporting bugs and suggestions to our Forums.


CodeTyphon is licensed as: Freeware.


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#30 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:45 PM

http://www.pilotlogi...detyphon-status

CodeTyphon current version 5.20

  • 6 Native OS Host Layers.  
    • Windows 
    • Linux
    • FreeBSD
    • Solaris
    • OpenIndiana
    • MacOS X
       
  • 11 Native OS-CPU Host Layers.  info20.png
    • Windows 32-bits (WinXP, Vista32, Win7-32, Win8-32)
    • Windows 64-bits (Vista64, Win7-64, Win8-64)
    • Linux 32-bits
    • Linux 64-bits
    • FreeBSD 32-bits
    • FreeBSD 64-bits
    • Solaris 32-bits
    • Solaris 64-bits
    • OpenIndiana 32-bits
    • OpenIndiana 64-bits
    • MacOS X 
       
  • 75 (plus) OS-CPU-Platform Target Layers.
    • with native Cross-Build techonogy
       
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#31 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:45 PM

  • Multi OS-CPU-Platform Installation info20.png and Setup info20.png Systems 
    • With single zip file for all host OSes
    • All In One Directory structure
    • "Build ALL from the source", philosophy 
       
  • Multi OS-CPU-Platform Web Update System info20.png
    • With "One Time Rolling Installation", philosophy 
    • You can update to "CT Current stable" version or "CT Developent Lab" version
       
  • Multi OS-CPU-Platform Programming Architecture for:
    • Compiler.
    • Compiler Packages
    • Visual RAD IDE.
    • Visual RAD IDE Components Packages.
    • Debugger.
    • Help System.
    • Code Samples and Projects.
    • Tools 
       
  • Multi OS-CPU-Platform Control Center info20.png with:
    • Installation Status Session.
    • IDE and Compiler Building and Maintenance Session.
    • Compiler Packagers Control Session.
    • IDE Components Packagers Control Session.
    • GNU Cross-Build Toolchains Builder
    • FreePascal Cross-Build Element Engine front-end.
    • Host OS Script Engine
    • Host OS User Script Session
    • Tools Session.
    • Web Update Manager
    • Web Toolchains Download Manager
    • Web Libraries Download Manager 
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#32 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:45 PM

 
  • Multi OS-CPU Cross-Build info20.png Programming Architecture for:
    • Compiler.
    • Compiler Packages.
    • Visual RAD IDE.
    • Visual RAD IDE Components Packages.
    • Debugger.
       
  • Multi Platform (widget) info20.png Native Architecture for:
    • Visual RAD IDE.
    • Visual RAD IDE Components Packages. 
    • Tools
       
  • Dual Personality Architecture (MultiArch) info20.png  for:
    • Compiler.
    • Compiler Packages.
    • Visual RAD IDE.
    • Visual RAD IDE Components Packages.
    • Debugger.
    • On Windows64,  Solaris64, OpenIdiana64 and some Linux64 Distributuions, has for FreePascal and Typhon IDE Dual Personality.
       
  • Multi OS-CPU Cross-Build Toolchains Build Engine.  info20.png
  • Multi OS-CPU FreePascal Cross-Build Elements Build Engine.  info20.png
  • Cross-Build Toolchains Web Library.  info20.png
  • Cross-Build OS system files Web Library.  info20.png
  • Typhon Big-IDE , more packages  info20.png  and more functionality. 
  • CodeOcean Sub-Project with about 900 samples for all CodeTyphon packages. 
  • Full Source Code for Typhon IDE, FreePascal Compiler, Components Packages, sample projects and tools.

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#33 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:47 PM

http://www.pilotlogi...llation-general

 

 

CodeTyphon installation use only one zip file for all host OSes, with "Build from the source" philosophy.

CodeTyphon-1.png

NOTE: You can write all files and folders of "CodeTyphonIns.zip" to a DVD,

in this case for windows OS installation start automatic.

 

 

For detail installation:

Windows XP-Vista-7 Windows 8.x-10.x Linux FreeBSD Solaris

OpenIndiana

MacOS X

windows.png Windows8.png linux.png freebsd.png solaris.png

openindiana.png

macos.png


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#34 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:50 PM

fastreport,  Ehilb,  Indy  == support Lazarus

 

Lazarus and more powerful


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#35 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:50 PM

RemObjects  support Lazarus


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#36 Soho Software Team

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:52 PM

I'm a bit familiar with CodeTyphon. What's the main difference from Lazarus?

Cross-compile multiple operating systems, comes with a lot of controls, and automatic installation


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Posted 08 March 2015 - 11:54 PM

RealThinClient  support Lazarus

http://www.realthinclient.com/

 

 

I think he may be better suited http / https service than indy, because of the greater amount of concurrency


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#38 fluiz

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Posted 04 April 2015 - 12:28 AM

+1


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Posted 23 April 2015 - 04:41 AM

+1. Unigui+code-typhon = A killer solution
I am waiting for3 years ..
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#40 Mehmet GÜVERDİK

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Posted 07 November 2015 - 02:26 PM

+++++ 11111

very nice CT


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