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ANN: JVCL 3.47 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.47 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 6, 7, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2 and XE3; C++Builder 6, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2 and XE3. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2012-09-11

ANN: JVCL 3.46 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.46 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 6, 7, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2 and XE3; C++Builder 6, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2 and XE3. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2012-09-10

ANN: JVCL 3.45 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.45 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 6, 7, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE and XE2; C++Builder 6, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE and XE2. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2011-11-22

ANN: JVCL 3.37 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.37 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009; C++Builder 5, 6, 2006, 2007 and 2009. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2009-06-25

ANN: JVCL 3.36 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.36 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009; C++Builder 5, 6, 2006, 2007 and 2009. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2009-01-21

ANN: JVCL 3.33 Released!

JVCL is a library of over 600 Delphi components developed by "Project JEDI" members.

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.33 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006 and 2007; C++Builder 5, 6, 2006 and 2007. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2007-09-20

ANN: JVCL 3.32 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.32 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006 and 2007; C++Builder 5, 6, 2006 and 2007. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2007-06-17

ANN: JVCL 3.31 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.31 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006 and 2007; C++Builder 5, 6 and 2006 (Borland Developer Studio). JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2007-04-04

ANN: JVCL 3.30 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.30 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005 and 2006; C++Builder 5, 6 and 2006 (Borland Developer Studio). JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2007-01-14

[JVCL] Migration to Subversion complete

Hi all,

The Jedi Visual Component Library (JVCL) has changed its developer repository from CVS to Subversion (SVN).
This follows the change already made by the Jedi Code Library (JCL) and the repeatdly poor quality of service anonymous users were getting out of the CVS services at SourceForge.
This new version control system has many advantages over CVS and some new functionalities that will help further development (this comparison is developed in the Subversion book that can be freely read at http://svnbook.red-bean.com/\).
All active developers of the Jedi Visual Component Library should migrate to this new system. This process was announced and prepared during the past few weeks in the developer forums (news://forums.talkto.net/jedi.vcl).
As you have probably noticed in the JVCL homepage on Sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/jvcl), the “subversion” tab appeared, this page containing information to connect to the SVN repository and to browse its content from a web browser. Information specific to the JCL and JVCL repositories is also available on the project Jedi Wiki here:
http://homepages.borland.com/jedi/wiki/index.php?title=Repository... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2006-04-18

ANN: JVCL 3.20 Released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.20 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 600 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005 and 2006; C++Builder 5, 6 and 2006 (Borland Developer Studio). JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2006-02-21

Runtime form designer added to the JVCL

Hi all

As indicated in an thread on our newsgroups, a runtime designer has been added to the JVCL.
As a result, the JvInspector package(s) have been deleted and the JvInspector components have been moved to the new JvRuntimeDesign package. So if you are using the JvInspector component, you must take this into account when updating.
To get the latest version with the new runtime designer, you must update from CVS or the daily zip.
The best way to get the new package installed is to do a Uninstall/Install cycle using the installer, not forgetting to select the new JvRuntimeDesign package.
If you simply "update" the JVCL via the installer (compile already installed...), only the new runtime package will be compiled (this is a new behaviour of the installer), but it will not be installed.
If you do not uninstall before installing, You should not forget to remove JvInspector???.bpl from your bpl directory, and remove any mention of the two files in the registry under the appropriate keys for your environment.
If you don't do this, you may receive a message warning you about a unit being used in two packages, asking you if you want to use JvRuntimeDesign again the next time. You should say Yes, then close the opened project (File, Close all). Then go to the "Component, Install packages" menu, select the JvInspector package and click "Remove". Click Ok, close your environment. You can now physically remove the JvInspector packages files, your environment should start without any messages, and a new tab called Jv Runtime Design should be there.
Note that this may not happen as the installer seems to remove old jvcl packages if it can't find their sources anymore (this needs to be confirmed).... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2005-08-21

JVCL 3.00 released!

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the stable release of JVCL 3.00 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of more than 570 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7 and 2005; C++Builder 5, 6 and Kylix 3. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2005-03-24

JVCL 3 RC 1 Released !

The JVCL Team is proud to announce that the first release candidate of JVCL 3 is available for download.

JVCL is a library of approximately 500 visual and non-visual components for Delphi 5, 6, 7 and 2005; C++Builder 5, 6 and Kylix 3. JVCL is distributed subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html) and is completely free for all developers (open source, shareware or commercial) and includes the full source to all components.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2005-01-08

Launch of the Jedi Online Help

The JEDI group is pleased to announce the launch of the Jedi Online Help system. This website located at http://homepages.borland.com/jedi/jedihelp/ provides JEDI users and developers with an online version of the help files that come with these projects.
The first JEDI project to use this system is the JVCL (JEDI Visual Components Library), a library of over 500 components for Delphi and C++ Builder.... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2004-08-31

New JVCL Coordinator

Peter Thrnqvist has decided to retire as JVCL Coordinator and the new coordinator is Olivier Sannier (OBones).

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2004-08-30

JVCL 2 is phased out

The JVCL2 is no longer being developped, you should consider moving to the JVCL3, even if it is marked as beta. It is WAY MORE stable, does not crash on fast machines and contains lots and lots of bug fixes. It is marked as beta moslty because of the lack of help but this will be addressed in the near future.
Please note that you need the latest JCL as well to compile the JVCL3.
If you want to help us, you can even download the daily zips available here:... read more

Posted by Olivier Sannier 2004-07-27

JVCL 3 BETA Released!

A beta of the next version of JVCL (JVCL 3.00) has been released on february 20.

Go to the files page to download a copy today!

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2004-02-23

dxPack and dxDotNet added to JVCL

The JVCL team is happy to announce that the Delphi eXperience II and Delphi eXperience DotNet components developed by Marc Hoffman now have been added to the JVCL.

Delphi eXperience II (renamed to Jv XP Controls) is a set of visual components that have a distinct XP/Office XP and include standard controls,
like buttons and checkboxes as well as a very nice XP style navigation bar component.

Delphi eXperience DotNet (renamed to Jv DotNet Controls) is a set of standard controls with a visual look similar to the hot tracking style of the VS.Net components. This package includes standard as well as DB enabled controls.... read more

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2004-01-03

DockPresident added to JVCL

The JVCL team is happy to announce that the DockPresident components developed by luxioban now have been added to the JVCL.

DockPresident (renamed to JVCL Docking), is a fabulous library of docking components that allows developer to add docking support to their
applications with virtually no code. There are several docking styles supported: Standard Delphi, Visual C++, Visual InterDev and the autohiding
docking forms of Visual Studio.Net. New docking styles can relatively easy be added by deriving new docking components from the base classes. luxioban
has agreed on becoming a JVCL developer and thus will help with maintaining and continue development on the components.... read more

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2004-01-03

Important notice about the JCL version used in JVCL

Starting today, JVCL now uses JVCL 1.90 instead of the previous version, 1.22. This means that if you are using the JVCL3 development branch from CVS, you will also need to get the JCL development branch from their CVS.

If you for some reason don't want to or you are unable to switch to JCL 1.90, do not update the JVCL3 packages from CVS since these packages requires the new JCL.

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2003-11-25

Problems with daily builds

The SF server seems to have some problems at the moment which manifests themselves in that files in the daily zip use LF line endings instead of CRLF line endings. To overcome this problem until SF has fixed their server, you can download a converter program called CRLF.EXE from the JVCL news server (this tool is part of JVCL and it's sources can be found in cvs/dev/JVCL3/devtools/JvAdjustLineBreaks). ... read more

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2003-10-08

Daily zips are running again

You can now get the latest development version of JVCL3 from our daily zips in http://jvcl.sf.net/daily.

This service is provided mainly for those that are unable or unwilling to set up a CVS client.

There are two sets of zips: one with the entire JVCL in it (this includes archived content, images, examples, devtools) and one with the sources only (files, packages, resource files).

The zips are created nigthly, are kept for one week and then replaced by new versions. ... read more

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2003-09-18

All development moved to JVCL3

Starting from today, all files needed for development has been moved to dev/JVCL3 in the CVS repository. The last missing files were the devtools and the old examples and they are now available in dev/JVCL3 which means that development in jvcl is discontinued.

We might move back to /jvcl in the future but no decision has been made about that yet.

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2003-08-23

How to get JVCL3

Since all development is done in the JVCL3 subfolder, here's instructions on how to get it.

At the moment, the only way to get it is through CVS. For more info on
setting up a cvs client, see http://jvcl.sourceforge.net/cvs.htm. To
download JVCL3 using TortoiseCVS, right-click a folder of your choice (the
JVCL3 folder will be created as a subfolder of the selected folder) and
select CVS Checkout. Enter the following into the dialog:... read more

Posted by Peter Törnqvist 2003-08-09