Archive for May, 2005

Narrowing Down Performance Problems in Managed Code by Rico Mariani

I love reading Rico’s performance related posts. Good stuff. Check it out.

“Narrowing Down Performance Problems Problems in Managed Code”

Sergey @ USysWare

Private DPack beta with new Solution Backup feature is available on request

New private DPack beta with new Solution Backup feature is available. It allows one to backup an entire solution or its individual projects into Zip based backup files. The feature offers several configuration options accessible via Tools|Options dialog.

This is a private beta available on request only. If you’d like to try it out, send me a message and I’ll reply with a download url. Email address is shown at the bottom of this page. Thanks.

Sergey @ USysWare

DPack 2.0.8 with Whidbey Beta 2 support released

Here’s what’s new and changed in this release:

  • Added VS.NET 2005 Beta 2 support. Please note that any pre-Beta 2 releases are no longer supported. An older Beta 1 compatible version of DPack is still available for download though.
  • Added new “Logging” option to Tools|Options dialog DPack page that allows one to disable or enable internal logging.
  • Fixed a multi-monitor dialog restore position problem for Code Browser, File Browser, Framework Browser and Solution Statistics features.
  • Miscellaneous fixes, installation application and usability improvements.

As usual, the new version is available at www.usysware.com/dpack/. Enjoy!

Sergey @ USysWare

DPack and Whidbey Beta 2

When will Beta 2 compatible DPack version be available? Soon. There are few incompatibilities (read bugs :)) between Beta 2 and Beta 1 that I’ve been trying to work around. Stay tuned…

Sergey @ USysWare

Chrome, Object Oriented Pascal for Visual Studio trial released

Chrome trial version with Visual Studio .NET integration has been released today. If you’re an Object Oriented Pascal developer or a Delphi developer I’d highly recommend you give it a try.

For those of you using DPack with VS already, the good news is that latest DPack version is already fully compatible with Chrome.

“After over a year of research and development, RemObjects Software is proud to finally unveil Chrome, its long awaited Object Pascal language for the .NET and Mono Platforms. Chrome takes all that we have come to appreciate about the Pascal Language into the twenty-first century and places it right where it belongs, inside the Visual Studio IDE.

Chrome provides many features that improve and expand upon what has been available in classic Pascal and Object Pascal compilers. Some of its most notable features include Class Contracts, Generics and many more.

Chrome integrates fully with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005. A free Command Line Edition is also available.

Visit http://chromesville.com to find out how Chrome will change the way you develop your software.

Download you trial version today.

Order your copy of Chrome for Visual Studio starting at EUR 149,- for the Competitive Upgrade. Student Licenses are also available.”

Sergey @ USysWare