Tiburon Support across DevExpress VCL components

Thinking Out Loud
18 September 2008

Just wanted to let our loyal Delphi customers know that we are relatively close to releasing the first beta of our VCL controls for Tiburon. We expect the beta sometime next week. 

If you're using Delphi and are planning to move all your projects to Tiburon, please let us know by commenting below. If you are not planning to port your projects and will not be using Tiburon, please let us know as well.

 

95 comment(s)
Anonymous
John Wilfong

Yes, we will be using D2009

18 September, 2008
Claudio Piffer
Claudio Piffer

Hi Ray

great info. YES I need to unicode support!

Thank you very much

Best Regards

18 September, 2008
Sebastian Modersohn
Sebastian Modersohn

We're certainly going to port all our projects to Tiburon because we absolutely need Unicode support. Therefore it's much appreciated that you guys come out with an update in a timely manner.

But even if we wouldn't need Unicode - since we're actively developing in Delphi we want to stick to the latest versions. The RTL/VCL enhancement and fixes are simply too important to miss and new language features like generics certainly open up new possiblities.

18 September, 2008
Andreas Obermueller
Andreas Obermueller

Well, I sure will give Delphi 2009 a try, but not immediately. My projects are working very well with D2007 and there ist no immediate need to change. But I will stay with Delphi and hope you do so as well!

18 September, 2008
Rodrigo Diaz
Rodrigo Diaz

Great news,

The answer is yes. I already have Tiburon installed on another VM and i'm planing to port my projects carefully, but a.s.a.p

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Steffen

Sounds great. We plan to move all of our existing projects to Tiburon as soon as possible, but a still waiting for a few other third party developers. It is good to see you are releasing a beta this soon - keep up the good work.

18 September, 2008
Christopher Fieldhouse
Christopher Fieldhouse

I'll be moving to CB2009 as soon as you and NexusDB support it.

18 September, 2008
Nils H Dzubiel
Nils H Dzubiel

The answer is yes. We are in the process of converting 2.8 million lines of code. Most of the Dialogs are done with the devexpress libs - so we are a good test case :-)

18 September, 2008
Jens Fudickar [DX-Squad]
Jens Fudickar [DX-Squad]

Hi,

i will start migrating my applications to tiburion when i have collected all third party components.

Greetings

Jens

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Russ Thompson

Moving to Delphi 2009 as soon as we can - planning in Oct depending on availability express components and stability of D2009.

18 September, 2008
Daniel Ramirez
Daniel Ramirez

Excelent...

I need Unicode support for my projects...

18 September, 2008
Dave Frank
Dave Frank

Yes, we will after third party support is in place.  

18 September, 2008
Robert Dawson
Robert Dawson

Yes, Tiburon installed, intend to move everything

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Quentin Correll

I'm waiting patiently...  (Well,...  PRETTY patiently! ;-)

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Craig

Yep. Going there, doing that, need your grid...

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Carl Allison

Yes, I am moving to Tiburon.

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Iskandar A

I just moving all of our project from D7 to D2007, and not have the to move it again to D2009, so it is not an immediate things to do.

But, I stil will try this Tiburon.

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
yongsung

Yes. I need Unicode library for our porject.

i'm very exciting, because your beta version

18 September, 2008
Ricky Ng
Ricky Ng

Yes, we're will plan to using D2009 + DevExpress VCL as our new projects.

18 September, 2008
Anonymous
Kirby Turner

This is outstanding news!!! I plan to install D2009 next week and I intend on moving all my Delphi projects to D2009 as soon as possible.

18 September, 2008
mgm / Thomas Feichtner
mgm / Thomas Feichtner

I will install D2009 when I get DevExpress :)

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Alfred Nilsson

We'll be moving to D2009 as soon as all our third party controls are updated.

19 September, 2008
Perisa Zakarija
Perisa Zakarija

Great news! We are planning to move to D2009 and still waiting for 3rd party components, DevExpress being most important. Now, only ReportBuilder...

19 September, 2008
Robert Baker
Robert Baker

Moving to Delphi 2009 as soon as we can - depends on the availability of DevEx and some other third party components.

19 September, 2008
Kevin Kozlowski
Kevin Kozlowski

Yes, I've just installed D2009, and will be porting several projects that use DevExpress controls.

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Christian Holm

Yes - Moving to Delphi 2009 as soon as possible - Oct/Now.

19 September, 2008
Matthew Jones
Matthew Jones

Like others, once all required components are in place some key projects will be moved to D2009.

19 September, 2008
Mark Sandy
Mark Sandy

As soon as our 3rd-Party components support Tiburion, we will move the stuff as well.

19 September, 2008
Murat Sakarya
Murat Sakarya

We did major modifications to support unicode on QuantumGrid 6.37. Also did a lot to support unicode on D2007 projects. Downloaded and testing D2009. Certainly will move to D2009 asap. Waiting for your move :)

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Thomas Laguzzi

Yes, we plan to move to Tiburon in October. DevExpress is the last missing component set :)

19 September, 2008
Laurent PIERRE
Laurent PIERRE

I'll move to Delphi 2009 as soon as possible too. I'll wait to see the stability of Delphi 2009 and an availability of stable DevExpress components. Then, certainly at the beginning of 2009, I'll port my projects carefully.

Thank you.

19 September, 2008
Angus McFadzean
Angus McFadzean

Yes, we will be moving once all components available.

19 September, 2008
Erick Sasse
Erick Sasse

Yes, we are going to use D2009 ASAP.

19 September, 2008
Jeremy Knowles
Jeremy Knowles

I'll be moving everything to Delphi 2009 not because we need unicode, but because I like to keep up with the latest of everything I use, and I can't use it until all the 3rd Party components I use are available.

19 September, 2008
Jeremy Knowles
Jeremy Knowles

I'll be moving everything to Delphi 2009 not because we need unicode, but because I like to keep up with the latest of everything I use, and I can't use it until all the 3rd Party components I use are available.

19 September, 2008
MARIO CORREA
MARIO CORREA

Yes, i bought Tiburon, and will port my projects from Delphi 7, it´s time to use Unicode.

19 September, 2008
Nate Woolls - DevExpress MVP
Nate Woolls - DevExpress MVP

No Delphi 2009 for us - at least not for now. We don't need Unicode or the new VCL controls. Generics would be nice but we have VS for that.

19 September, 2008
Robert Fisher
Robert Fisher

We will be converting to Tiburon as soon as all our 3rd party vendors are ready.  

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
B. Peuthert

Yes, Tiburon installed, running and just waiting for your update.

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Eric Schreiber

Though I have no pressing need for Unicode, I will be moving to D2009 eventually - probably in a six month time frame. As Sebastian Modersohn said, I like to stay pretty current with the version of Delphi I'm using.

19 September, 2008
THALASSA Ingénierie informatique
THALASSA Ingénierie informatique

Thanks a lot for the info.

Yes, we need the Unicode support ASAP

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Timo

We will start using D2009 as soon as all third party products are available - including DevExpress.

19 September, 2008
William Miller
William Miller

I am in the process of moving to Delphi 2009 right now.

How will the update to Expressbars and NavBar be handled, any information?  if you need Delphi 2009 beta tester I am willing to help.

19 September, 2008
James Ley
James Ley

Yes, using D2009 already.

19 September, 2008
Tom Martin
Tom Martin

I am waiting as well for the DevExpress update to Delphi 2009.  As soon as its available, I will make the upgrade.  Thanks for your support and great components.

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Mario

Yes, we're moving to Delphi 2009, just waiting for your component suite to be ready!

19 September, 2008
Luke Grews
Luke Grews

Yes, we will be using D2009 from Delphi 7!

19 September, 2008
Brian Evans
Brian Evans

Starting to test and will be moving as soon as all the third party components are either working in D2009 or replaced with something that does. Unicode isn't much of an issue but the speed incease from no longer using ANSI wrappers to API calls under Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista etc is highly anticipated. Also it makes the latter transition to 64bit easier.

19 September, 2008
Bogdan Horvat
Bogdan Horvat

Waiting for DevEx ...

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Tony Caduto

Ray,

Yes, we will be moving everything to D2009.

I hope the beta will be available to everyone, not just the big ticket subscription customers.

19 September, 2008
Matthias Schlegel
Matthias Schlegel

Yes, we will be using D2009 and thank's for win2000 support

Matthias Schlegel

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Andreas Heinrich

Very good news! We start using D2009 and will convert our projects as soon as possible and need the third party components for it, particularly your grid component - the best one I know.

19 September, 2008
xalion quan
xalion quan

yes ,I will use D2009!!!!

19 September, 2008
Anonymous
Sebastian

We've already moved most of our projects to Tiburon, and need official support for the DevExpress components as soon as possible.

The promised support for Delphi 2009 was the main reason why we've already purchased the upgrade to the latest version of all the DevExpress components we're using. Please make the beta available for everybody, not just for subscribers.

20 September, 2008
Anonymous
Vikas David

We are planning to stick with Delphi for a lot of our products that are now quite mature. We will be extending them with the new Datasnap framework and Unicode support is also vital for international sales. Just waiting on 3rd party controls to be ready before moving products from D2007 to D2009.

20 September, 2008
Anonymous
Allen Drennan

Absolutely waiting patiently and will be moving everything to D2009.

20 September, 2008
Anonymous
Charalabos Michael

Thank you DevExpress!!!

20 September, 2008
Koen van de Sande
Koen van de Sande

I'll be moving over sometime in 2008. However, I cannot move over without ExpressVerticalGrid and PythonForDelphi, so I'll be patient.

20 September, 2008
Anonymous
Paul Heffernan

Yes, we desperately need unicode support and as our products are heavily dependent on DevExpress we are waiting on you guys to allow us port our products. All other components we use are up and running on 2009.

Please include us on your beta.

20 September, 2008
Stef Merlijn
Stef Merlijn

No, I want migrate my projects to D2009 for now. I don't need the unicode-support. But even then, I hope it will be available soon for all other users that do need it.

21 September, 2008
Stephane WIERZBICKI
Stephane WIERZBICKI

Yes, we are planning to move to D2009

We are just waiting for you guys ;)

21 September, 2008
Anonymous
Daniele Teti

yes, we waiting for DevEx in D2009 tor all ours projects

21 September, 2008
David Le Franc
David Le Franc

I've installed Delphi 2009 and i'm waiting for your components (and others third party components) to move all my projects.

21 September, 2008
Markus Klingseisen
Markus Klingseisen

We'll be using Delphi 2009 as soon as we can.

22 September, 2008
Christophe Ravaut
Christophe Ravaut

yes

22 September, 2008
Anonymous
Maciej Wojciechowski

I'm waiting for this components. I'd like to migrate as quickly as possible.

22 September, 2008
Anonymous
Marco De Pasquale

Yes, we'll port our application to D2009 (from D5) as soon as Devexpress components will be available

22 September, 2008
Anonymous
Giovanni Del Bono

Yes, I'll start to convert my applications asap.

I hope I'll be able to collect all 3rd part components first.

22 September, 2008
Simon Craythorn
Simon Craythorn

We will be using BCB2009, but won't be purchasing it until the DevExpress controls are ready for it.

22 September, 2008
Jeff Weir
Jeff Weir

As many, many others have said: we'll switch when the components are ready.

22 September, 2008
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Just want to post one more comment so we can make it an even 70...wow!

22 September, 2008
Anonymous
Marcos Alves

Yes....

22 September, 2008
Lance Rasmussen
Lance Rasmussen

Yes, we have D2009 and will be porting over projects as soon as DevExpress and some other libraries are ported to it.

22 September, 2008
Anonymous
Chris Skalski

Installed D2009 and waiting for third party components to be ready

22 September, 2008
Anonymous
Truong - BHH

I wam waiting for your components Devexpress for my project

23 September, 2008
Manolis Perrakis
Manolis Perrakis

I'm also thinking migrating in 2 months or so

23 September, 2008
Jeroen Rottink
Jeroen Rottink

Yes, upgrading to 2009 by SA. Migration is planned end of this year.

23 September, 2008
Rich Werning
Rich Werning

Been working with D2009 since it was available, trying to determine what upgrades our apps will require.  I've been anxiously waiting to see when DevExpress will support D2009 as the components are an important part of our application.  If you're looking for beta testers - please, pick me! :)

23 September, 2008
Anonymous
Esteban Pacheco

Yup, have D2009, only waiting for DevExpress to have the mighty Quantum Grid up to the new Delphi Standard, and we will be renewing our Q5 Grid to the latest and greatest.

24 September, 2008
Anonymous
Bart Van den Poel

This is wonderful news for Delphi. Thanks for the great work you've done.

24 September, 2008
Damien Griessinger
Damien Griessinger

Yes, I will use Delphi 2009 and I NEED unicode support !!!

24 September, 2008
Craig Knight (Harris)
Craig Knight (Harris)

Yes, as UNICODE is important to us.  Also very interested in any beta testing.

24 September, 2008
Anonymous
Oleg Akopov

We are planning to purchase Quantum Grid, but only when 2009 will be supported.

24 September, 2008
Jeremy Mullin
Jeremy Mullin

Yes, we are upgrading and need DevExpress components for D2009. We are already porting and would love to beta test.

24 September, 2008
Greg Stevenson
Greg Stevenson

Have D2009, MMX7, SmartInspect 3.0, etc, DevExpress is the missing piece for us as well. Of course CodeRush for D2K9 would be apreciated as well. ;-)

Greg

24 September, 2008
Anonymous
Van Swofford

Yes.   I plan to migrate to D2009.  First need an extensive list of 3rd party components to be updated, then plan a major rewrite of my main app and supporting tools, and wanted to wait for all the new tools before beginning.

24 September, 2008
Anonymous
Holger Heidenbluth

Yes, we already have D2009 and UNICODE is very important to us. We will start migrating our products as soon as the essential components become available.

24 September, 2008
Martin Lawrence
Martin Lawrence

Yes, I will be purchasing and using D2009 when all 3rd parties have "come the party"

Martin

24 September, 2008
Anonymous
Satya

Yes, we want to upgrade our D7 projects to D2009.

But we can still wait a few more months before we try that.

25 September, 2008
Anonymous
Peter Wolters

Yep...

26 September, 2008
Anonymous
Luiz Marques

I plan to move my projects to D2009, and I'm a DevEx subscriber.

I"d have bought it already, but Codegear won't sell it to me and it's not available in Brazil yet :-(

27 September, 2008
Drazen Dodig
Drazen Dodig

We will be upgrading all of our apps to D2009 as soon as components get avail. thank you!

27 September, 2008
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7 October, 2008
Ron Craven
Ron Craven

Geez .... just got D2007 sorted with all the third-party stuff.

Plan to port some existing and new projects to D2009 mid next year.

15 October, 2008
LasseM
LasseM

I plan to port my code to D2009 as soon as all the components are available!

26 October, 2008

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