On Sunday 8 August 2004, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
>>> On Sun, 8 Aug 2004, Silvan wrote:
>> > other sites, though as a student I dont have the money to buy any
> > software of the net. I thought that one or two of you might have what I
> > need, or know where I could get it.
>> I quickly checked Borland's site - they do mention Linux, so maybe this
> isn't OT. Sticker shock is something else - puts AutoCAD to shame...
Borland have an Open Edition of Kylix (their Linux product) in the downloads section. It runs their CBuilder and Delphi code (unless the open edition is horribly stripped down, which I doubt). I got the open-source Indy components to run on it, so I happily use it for some IMAP stuff.
For development, the debugger part of their IDE is very picky about the platform, so I use a Red Hat 7.3 box for that, but the executables are not that fussy about the platform.
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