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Sherlock
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Finally after lot of years........... about to use XSHARP.. where do I start.
Have my Delphi guy working in .NET and I am about to start.

All tips and help to migrate 1 large repository.
bBrowser, VO and ReportPro is all I use.
Have one internal system could convert.

Wish me luck will be a lot of dumb questions.

Phil [ Sherlock ]
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Post by wriedmann »

Hi Phil
the X# guys have done a real great work, so it should be not too hard (if you don't have used bad tricks and a lot of Windows API).
bBrowser works (I'm using it), ReportPro should also work (I don't use it myself, but some other people do).
Support by Chris and Robert is outstanding.
And yes, we are al here to help if needed.
Wolfgang
P.S. you can give a look to https://docs.xsharp.it to see some code samples and help (and hints to to migrate) other than the samples and the relative documentation in the X# help
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Hi Phil,

First of all, for both bBrowser and RP2, you'll need to buy their X# versions. bBrowser from Joachim's site and RP2 from here.

Also before you start porting your app, it's extremely important to read all the subtopics in the help file under "Migrating apps from VO to X#". Would also be a good idea to watch those tutorials (if you can stand the accent :))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yduay2fc-nE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-zhcsYuas8

Good luck with your conversion, but most importantly, be prepared about what you will need to deal with!

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Chris Pyrgas

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I am used to Roberts accent.

Sat in beer lounge with Robert and Meinhard doing English to Dutch and German translation.
Something definitely gets lost in the middle..

Have listen to some videos at some stage.
Will get update code bBrowser + Report pro
My main app was ported too Delphi and now >NET
have a few systems internally that a rather critical
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Not to my accent though :)
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Post by TimothyS »

Hi Phil,
Been there, done that. Happy to help. The XSharp team has done a magnificent job.
Regards,
Tim
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