Tuesday, December 13, 2005

CFBuild: Delphi 2006 Version

I have uploaded a Delphi 2006 version of the Compact Framework Build Helper. It is a preview version because it still contains some references to Delphi 2005 and I am currently working on some enhancements.


This download does not include documentation. If you want the documentation download this zip file.


Look for the official release before the end of the year.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

great! Thanks a lot for your work!

11:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very much appreciated, thanks

4:55 AM  
Anonymous psleuth@gmail.com said...


CFBuild looks great. I have compiled a sample app with D2006 (wallet.dpr sample from borland), but somehow it works only in the WinCE5.0 emulator, but not on my XDA III pocket pc (there is a compact framework installation on my pocket pc).

where should I post questions regarding compactframework-development with delphi?
- what version of compact framework is required on my pocket pc to let applications compiled with CFBuild-dccil run on my device?
- which files after compilation with CFBuild do I have to copy manually to my device if the activesync support in CFBuild for D2006 does not work? I tried to manually copy the compiled .EXE, do I have to copy any other files/assemblies?
- where can I download emulators for pocket pc devices that I can use with CFBuild?

I am looking forward for the final release of cfbuild for D2006.

Best regards,


3:59 AM  
Blogger JED said...

Hi Peter,

For the moment use the dotnetPreview newsgroup on the borland servers. Not sure if there will be an official CF newsgroup created until the Highlander release.

I suggest you read David Cleggs intro guide from BDN. http://bdn.borland.com/article/0,1410,33066,00.html

The documentation download includes links in the readme file to emulator downloads and the like.

I am currently working on the interface to allow you to select other files to deploy when using the active sync deployment.

If you want to follow this up further send me an email.


9:44 AM  

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