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Revision as of 14:13, 13 September 2020
All news of 2020:
- 4 September
- Top 10 Programming Languages that Pay Handsome Salaries in 2020
- Report by Vivek Kumar
- Permalink in WayBackEngine
- 28 August
- New in Delphi DAC - Support for the Latest Versions of Lazarus and FPC
- We are excited to announce that new versions of Delphi data access components are now generally available. All DAC products received support for the latest versions of Lazarus (2.0.10) and Free Pascal Compiler (3.2.0). Full story: blog.devart.com/delphi-dac-support-for-the-latest-versions-of-lazarus-and-fpc.html (broken URL because of anti-spam blocking).
- 20 August
- The Lazarus Handbook has just been published
- Full story.
- 19 August
- Object Pascal examples for Firebird OO API
- The aim of these examples is to copy as closely as possible the equivalent C++ examples. The primary intention is to demonstrate how to make calls to the new Firebird OO API. Full story.
- 20 July
- Important - New SDL2 Repo!
- The repository to get the newest, up to date, SDL2 units has changed. It can now be found here: https://github.com/PascalGameDevelopment/SDL2-for-Pascal. Full story.
- Pas2js with generics rocks (and makes Castle Game Engine for WebGL possible)
- 11 July
- Lazarus 2.0.10 released
- This is a bug fix release that also features a small number of additions. It is the first Lazarus version based on FPC 3.2.0.
- Official announcement in the Lazarus forum
- Announcement at delphipraxis.net
- 24 June
- Free Pascal Compiler 3.2.0 Released for AmigaOS & MorphOS
- Free Pascal Compiler (FPC) is a compiler for the closely related programming language dialects Pascal and Object Pascal. It is free software released under the GNU License. It follows a write once, compile anywhere philosophy and is available for many CPU architectures and operating systems. Full story.
- 22 June
- Release the pressure - Win16 support arrives for version 3.2 of Free Pascal
- Great news, Pascal fans. After a lengthy hiatus, the cross-platform Free Pascal has emerged with an array of new features and new targets. Version 3.2.0 of Free Pascal has arrived in the 50th anniversary year of the Pascal language with new features and compiler targets, including Aarch64 and the venerable 16-bit Windows. Full story.
- 20 June
- FPC 3.2 Pascal Compiler Released In 2020 - Even Adds Windows 3.0 16-bit Support
- The Pascal programming language is 50 years old this year. The Free Pascal Compiler for Pascal / Object Pascal is out with version 3.2 to celebrate, five years since FPC's previous 3.0 stable series. Full story.
- Habari Client libraries 2020.06
- Habarisoft released version 2020.06 of its Object Pascal STOMP client libraries for Delphi and Free Pascal integration with popular free open source message brokers. Full story.
- 19 June
- Free Pascal 3.2.0
- On June 19th, 2020, the Free Pascal project released Free Pascal 3.2.0. This version is a major new release and contains bugfixes and updates packages, new features and new targets. From a DOS standpoint, the major highlights in this release are improved 16-bit DOS compiler, and a new 16-bit Win 3.x compiler. Full story.
- 29 May
- This'll make you feel old - Uni compsci favourite Pascal hits the big five-oh this year
- Pascal, a descendant of ALGOL 60 and darling of computer science courses for decades, turns 50 this year. Full story.
- 1 May
- Blaise Pascal Magazine #86 published
- Table of contents