[Lazarus] Open Source IDE Written Using Delphi

gabor gabor at poczta.onet.pl
Sat Dec 26 15:56:17 CET 2020

W dniu 2020-12-26 o 10:05, Anthony Walter via lazarus pisze:
> I thought this bit of information might be of interest and useful to us 
> Lazarus people.
> Apparently Embarcadero has forked the Bloodshed IDE 
> <https://blogs.embarcadero.com/dev-c-is-a-low-memory-windows-native-c-ide-built-in-delphi/> 
> and rewritten it to run natively using Delphi. Although this is a C++ 
> IDE, it's lightweight, fast, and free open source software. It may be 
> worth our effort to examine it and see if it contains any parts that are 
> innovative, then either fork or be inspired by some of their code to 
> bring about Lazarus enhancements.
> I believe this is totally within the spirit of the open source movement. 
> At the minimum it would be nice to look at the Pascal source code of 
> another IDE and determine how someone else has decided to implement 
> existing and different features, laying the way for using that knowledge 
> to improve upon Lazarus.
> https://blogs.embarcadero.com/dev-c-is-a-low-memory-windows-native-c-ide-built-in-delphi/ 
> <https://blogs.embarcadero.com/dev-c-is-a-low-memory-windows-native-c-ide-built-in-delphi/>

Dev-Pascal - probably my first contact with Free Pascal (about 20 years 


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