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Reporting tool, libraries and designer175 weekly downloads
BB's Database Desktop replaces and extends Borlands Database Desktop, which is not free. The goal of this project is to implement the functions of the original Database Desktop and add some useful features114 weekly downloads
JEDI Database Desktop replaces and extends Borlands Database Desktop, which is not free. The goal of this project is to implement the functions of the original Database Desktop and add some useful features. The application is written in Delphi 6 / Kylix.43 weekly downloads
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Application for Clubs, Bars, ... for changeable product prices (like on a stock market). Written in Delphi1 weekly downloads
Generate Pascal and/or C code starting from a simple HTML-like file. You insert then the output in your program and with a simple call to a function you'll see on the screen the linked HTML! In the future the format will be HTML/XML.
dSpec is a BDD framework for Delphi/Pascal built as an extension of DUnit.