Archive for October, 2009
I assume you are refering to datasnap? It’s on our priority list, and we are currently in the planning stages for the next release.Posted by dperchik on October 28th, 2009 under Uncategorized | 3 Comments »
To: Chris Bruner Re: refactoring
We haven’t had the time and resources to produce a product that meets our quality and performance standards. C++ is a very complex language as you know, and we won’t release a feature until we know we have something that will handle the complexities of the language without sacrificing usability.
To: Chee [...]
Hello, I maintain the C++ compiler front-end here at Embarcadero. I am responsible for all things C++ compiler related, including the preprocessor, evaluator, code completion, refactoring, class browser, modeling callbacks, editor callbacks, and of course the compiler itself.
I first joined Borland in 1999 to work on compiler optimizations for a new back-end we were developing [...]