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c++.stlsoft - CodeGear (Borland) C++ 5.92 STLSoft Support

reply "Eduardo Bezerra" <edubez gmail.com> writes:
Hello Matthew,

Are you planning to support the latest CodeGear (Borland) compiler? The 
compiler
version number is 5.92 and it comes with C++Builder 2007 Update 3.

If so, do you have an estimated time frame?

Best regards,
Eduardo


PS: Congratulations for you great work on the open source libraries and 
excellent
books. I have learned a LOT from Imperfect C++ and I can't thank you enough.

I have been programming C++ since I was 20 years old, now I'm 43 and every 
time
I think I know something I come to the conclusion that I have much to learn. 
And
thanks to people like you I can still follow my learning path.

Now I'm currently reading Extended STL Vol. 1 and I'm enjoying every chapter 
:-)
Oct 28 2007
next sibling parent reply Matthew Wilson <no-one nowhere.no.com> writes:
Eduardo Bezerra Wrote:

 Hello Matthew,
 
 Are you planning to support the latest CodeGear (Borland) compiler? The 
 compiler
 version number is 5.92 and it comes with C++Builder 2007 Update 3.

Yes, indeed. Just having problems getting the thing installed.
 If so, do you have an estimated time frame?

Hopefully this week.
 Best regards,
 Eduardo
 
 
 PS: Congratulations for you great work on the open source libraries
 and excellent books. I have learned a LOT from Imperfect C++ and I
 can't thank you enough.
 
 I have been programming C++ since I was 20 years old, now I'm 43 and
 every time I think I know something I come to the conclusion that I
 have much to learn.

 And thanks to people like you I can still follow my learning path.
 
 Now I'm currently reading Extended STL Vol. 1 and I'm enjoying every
 chapter :-)

That's totally great! Thanks for saying so. Comments like this make it all worth the effort. (Bob knows it's not for the money! ;-) I'm currently working on what I hope will be my best book, Breaking Up The Monolith. Hopefully you might like that one also. :-)
Oct 29 2007
next sibling parent reply Matthew Wilson <no-one nowhere.no.com> writes:
Matthew Wilson Wrote:

 Eduardo Bezerra Wrote:
 
 Hello Matthew,
 
 Are you planning to support the latest CodeGear (Borland) compiler? The 
 compiler
 version number is 5.92 and it comes with C++Builder 2007 Update 3.

Yes, indeed. Just having problems getting the thing installed.
 If so, do you have an estimated time frame?

Hopefully this week.

Got it installed now, and have got some way. Currently got a bucketload of compiler warnings and errors. Ho-hum, such is life with Borland C++. ;-)
Oct 29 2007
parent Vivi Orunitia <digitalmars.greatwolf spamgourmet.com> writes:
kewl so, I'm not the only one looking for latest borland compiler support! 
yay! 

Anyway, any idea what most of those errors have to do with? Is it a quirk 
in the dinkumware library? wierd template usage the compiler is choking on? 
etc.

Thanks for making stlsoft work with borland btw! really appreciate and 
looking forward to next release.
Oct 29 2007
prev sibling parent reply "Eduardo Bezerra" <edubez gmail.com> writes:
Hi Matthew,

 I'm currently working on what I hope will be my best book, Breaking Up The
 Monolith. Hopefully you might like that one also.

I'm looking forward to have this one on my bookshelf together with Volume 2 of Extended STL. Imperfect C++ is one of my favorite books together with some books from Herb and Scott. It's the kind of book that I find myself always reading again and again. A real gem of useful information and insight. After finish reading Extended STL I will come back to Imperfect C++ and read it all over again. There are some concepts that are fading from my memory :-). You should really be proud of yourself, you're a GREAT author and software developer. My best regards, Eduardo ----- Original Message ----- From: "Matthew Wilson" <no-one nowhere.no.com> Newsgroups: c++.stlsoft Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 06:31 AM Subject: Re: CodeGear (Borland) C++ 5.92 STLSoft Support
 Eduardo Bezerra Wrote:

 Hello Matthew,

 Are you planning to support the latest CodeGear (Borland) compiler? The
 compiler
 version number is 5.92 and it comes with C++Builder 2007 Update 3.

Yes, indeed. Just having problems getting the thing installed.
 If so, do you have an estimated time frame?

Hopefully this week.
 Best regards,
 Eduardo


 PS: Congratulations for you great work on the open source libraries
 and excellent books. I have learned a LOT from Imperfect C++ and I
 can't thank you enough.

 I have been programming C++ since I was 20 years old, now I'm 43 and
 every time I think I know something I come to the conclusion that I
 have much to learn.

 And thanks to people like you I can still follow my learning path.

 Now I'm currently reading Extended STL Vol. 1 and I'm enjoying every
 chapter :-)

That's totally great! Thanks for saying so. Comments like this make it all worth the effort. (Bob knows it's not for the money! ;-) I'm currently working on what I hope will be my best book, Breaking Up The Monolith. Hopefully you might like that one also. :-)

"Matthew Wilson" <no-one nowhere.no.com> wrote in message news:fg498s$30rv$1 digitalmars.com...
 Eduardo Bezerra Wrote:

 Hello Matthew,

 Are you planning to support the latest CodeGear (Borland) compiler? The
 compiler
 version number is 5.92 and it comes with C++Builder 2007 Update 3.

Yes, indeed. Just having problems getting the thing installed.
 If so, do you have an estimated time frame?

Hopefully this week.
 Best regards,
 Eduardo


 PS: Congratulations for you great work on the open source libraries
 and excellent books. I have learned a LOT from Imperfect C++ and I
 can't thank you enough.

 I have been programming C++ since I was 20 years old, now I'm 43 and
 every time I think I know something I come to the conclusion that I
 have much to learn.

 And thanks to people like you I can still follow my learning path.

 Now I'm currently reading Extended STL Vol. 1 and I'm enjoying every
 chapter :-)

That's totally great! Thanks for saying so. Comments like this make it all worth the effort. (Bob knows it's not for the money! ;-) I'm currently working on what I hope will be my best book, Breaking Up The Monolith. Hopefully you might like that one also. :-)

Oct 29 2007
parent "Matthew Wilson" <matthew hat.stlsoft.dot.org> writes:
"Eduardo Bezerra" <edubez gmail.com> wrote in message
news:fg58hg$1god$1 digitalmars.com...
 Hi Matthew,

 I'm currently working on what I hope will be my best book, Breaking Up


 Monolith. Hopefully you might like that one also.

I'm looking forward to have this one on my bookshelf together with Volume

 of Extended STL.

 Imperfect C++ is one of my favorite books together with some books from

 and Scott. It's the kind of
 book that I find myself always reading again and again. A real gem of

 information and insight.

 After finish reading Extended STL I will come back to Imperfect C++ and

 it all over again. There are some
 concepts that are fading from my memory :-).

 You should really be proud of yourself, you're a GREAT author and software
 developer.

 My best regards,
 Eduardo

You're too kind. <g> It'd be great if you could post these comments on amazon.com/.co.uk/.de/whatever. All such comments help the sales along. :-)
Oct 29 2007
prev sibling parent "Matthew Wilson" <matthew hat.stlsoft.dot.org> writes:
Just doing another STLSoft update - 1.9.8 - and then will release a new VOLE
that works with Turbo C++! :-)

"Eduardo Bezerra" <edubez gmail.com> wrote in message
news:fg35ht$14qk$1 digitalmars.com...
 Hello Matthew,

 Are you planning to support the latest CodeGear (Borland) compiler? The
 compiler
 version number is 5.92 and it comes with C++Builder 2007 Update 3.

 If so, do you have an estimated time frame?

Today!
 Best regards,
 Eduardo


 PS: Congratulations for you great work on the open source libraries and
 excellent
 books. I have learned a LOT from Imperfect C++ and I can't thank you

 I have been programming C++ since I was 20 years old, now I'm 43 and every
 time
 I think I know something I come to the conclusion that I have much to

 And
 thanks to people like you I can still follow my learning path.

 Now I'm currently reading Extended STL Vol. 1 and I'm enjoying every

 :-)

Nov 17 2007