TPersistent.com – I upgraded to RAD Studio 2007 a while back as a show of my faith in CodeGear, and to put my money behind the future of Delphi. Although I own a license, I never really used it that much until recently. Many of my projects remain in Delphi 7, but as an old time user I thought it was about time to learn some of the new features and functionality in a more recent IDE and reap some of the benefits of that investment. IMHO BDS releases before D2007 were far too slow and used to much memory, but most importantly they weren’t very stable. So far, while the D2007 IDE is stable and seems ...
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