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We have come to an agreement with Sven Ebert to take over support and maintenance for SEUIXP, so you will be able to convert your VO apps that use this library to X#.

A few days from now you will be able to buy an update to SeUIXP for X# from this website and to download a X# ready version of XEUIXP from here too.

Stay tuned !

Some of you have already seen it, but we have crossed the 2000 registered users this week.
Actually this would have happened a lot sooner, but we have pruned some old and unused users from the early days of the website a while ago.

To celebrate this we will be giving a 20% discount on new subscriptions until the end of May.

If you include the discount code "2K" in your order then the discount will be automatically calculated.

We are releasing XSharp 2.8 in the coming days.

On Thursday April 29 at 16:00 Amsterdam Time (CEST) we will have an online "unboxing" session in which we will show some of the new features and improvements in X# 2.8

Some of the topics covered are:

  • Compiler changes (LOCAL functions, Expresion Bodied Members, Null coalescing operator, /enforceself, /allowdot
  • FoxPro related compiler and runtime changes (foxpro arrays, several new functions, ExecScript())
  • Runtime debugging with a couple of new windows and functions
  • Improvements in the Visual Studio integration

The recording of the session will be uploaded later to our Youtube Channel

We will open the session room at 15:30 so you can chat with eachother before the session if you want.

Today we have released an installer for XSharp Cahors 2.8 which contains MANY new features and changes.

The what's new document describing all the changes (this build alone over 6 pages) can be found here:

XSharp 2.8 What's new
Popular 2.8.0 188.74 KB
2021-04-23

A public version of X# 2.8 will follow next week.

We will demonstrate X# 2.8 on Thursday April 29. See this message for more information.

During our last online session on March 25th there was a dicsussion about how we make it easier for  people to migrate their applications to X# and how to document the common pitfalls and other problems. People suggested that they would want to help out with for example documenting compiler errors with examples of code that throws these errors and examples of how to solve these problems.

In this article we would like to list several areas of the XSharp project where we could use some help