TPersistent.com – In the 18+ years Delphi has been out, some rather large applications having been built. Between the number of units developers are using, the size of the component sets installed in the IDE and the transition to the Galileo IDE with .NET subsystems, Delphi now requires more memory than ever. What is interesting is that Delphi is still a 32 bit IDE even after release of the 64 bit compiler. In the old days when Delphi was built using the Object Pascal compiler, one would have thought a 64 bit version would be forthcoming shortly after the compiler was available. I would venture that most ...
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