Some time ago (haven’t I started another post like this recently?), I translated the C-Header files of LLVM to Delphi. Recently those were updated to support the most recent release of LLVM 10. When I say LLVM, I mean LLVM! Not the entire Clang toolchain, but the backend to write your own compilers. Initially, I […]
During the past few days, I worked on a long requested feature. It’s still rough and needs some more time but they are coming: per project(folder) installations, instead of globally. One thing I really wanted to get done for this feature, was a list of packages installed on a project directly visisble in the ProjectManager. […]
Finally, Delphinus supports Dependencies!
The commandline has finally arrived, and Dependencies are on their way
I think the time has come to let everyone (who is willing to participate) test out the commandline for Delphinus!
Here I am, back again. It’s been some time since i last posted here. Sorry for this. I am still here and i have something new for you!
I forgot to tell you something as i was quite busy. And i will present one thing i have been busy on.
This update includes a new Websetup and more features to Delphinus itself
Today i released version 0.5 of my Precompiler. The update includes: Bugfix: stringcontent is ignored now when parsing methodcontent. Its now possible to use single and/or multiline comments. You can now use private/protected/public to define the accessspecifiers as you do in C++ Implicit “this”. Inside a method, you no longer need to write “this” before […]
Today i finished V0.4 of my precompiler. Changes for V0.4: You can define Global vars You can define global function dummies You can define structs (its yet not possible to define values at the end) You can define (lazy) enums. You cant set custom values. Each value in an enum is unique New warnings for […]