Today we have released a new installer for XSharp Bandol 2.4 to our FOX subscribers.

This build contains several fixes to issues reported by our customers and also suport for most of the SQL..() functions for the FoxPro dialect.

The what's new document describing all the changes can be found here:

XSharp 2.4 what's new
Popular 2.4.0 246.54 KB

{rsfiles path="fox/Compiler/XSharpSetup24Fox.zip"}

On Thursday April 23 at 16:00 Amsterdam time Robert will do a short online demo of some of the new features in this build.

The recording of the online demo can be seen on our YouTube channel .

 A public build for version 2.4 is scheduled for next week.


#1 Wolfgang Riedmann 2020-04-22 19:20
Thank you very much for your continued work!
Will install it tomorrow morning and continue to work with the new build.
#2 Karl Faller 2020-04-22 22:05
Beat you to it, already running ;)
#3 Matt Slay 2020-04-23 03:24
Heads up - you have to add a reference to XSharp.Data.dll and "Using XSharp.Data" to use new functions DbDataSource() and DbDataTable().
#4 Leonid 2020-04-23 11:47
Thanks devteam!
Best regards,
#5 Karl Faller 2020-04-23 22:27
FTR, cool online session this afternoon ;)
#6 Wolfgang Riedmann 2020-04-24 07:52
Yes, this was a cool online session!
Thank you very much!
#7 Robert van der Hulst 2020-04-24 08:35

Thanks for the comments. Shall we do this again next week?
And is there a topic that you would like to see or like to see

#8 Wolfgang Riedmann 2020-04-24 08:58
There are many features in the X# language most of us don't know.
Maybe there could be a short demonstration of some of them.
#9 Matt Slay 2020-04-24 14:40
Yes, I can participate in a meeting again next week.
#10 Arne Ortlinghaus 2020-04-27 10:03
If you succeed making sessions once or twice a month and announce the date at least one week before here on the Internet page, it will surely help many users. Half an hour about a single topic could be sufficient. There were so many useful details that you and other people told us during the conferences, that otherwise will get lost. Of course this is undermining the concept of a conference. On the other hand: if it is so difficult to meat this year and if it is so difficult to get enough people to a conference, why not spreading events over the year instead of having everything cumulated on one or two days?

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