Currently the server where the JEDI API&WSCL blog (http://blog.delphi-jedi.net ) is hosted on is down due to technical problems. I honestly don't know how long it takes to fix it. Since the downloads of JEDI releases and code access (SVN) is not hosted there you can continue to access the libraries from Sourceforge directly. Just use the Download link in the tab.
Today we offer a new release of the JEDI API and Windows Security Code Library.
The downloads are now available in the download section. Please read the download notice.
Please also send us feedback and bugs by E-Mail, Mailinglist or Tracker! Thank you.
Christian Wimmer and the JEDI API Team.
The developer branch (JWA+JWSCL) has over 200 revisions so that I am going to create a new release soon. However JWSCL is still in BETA phase but very robust so if you do not want to wait, you can get the latest version from our subversion repository.
Use update function and "anonymous" as login credential.
Despite what I said, we are on the way to create a new release. However docs and tests have to be written and bugs were discovered so we could not get all things done the way we planned.
If you cannot wait, download the newewst release and update using Subversion.
Robert, a well-renowned member of the Delphi community as well as of our team died at the end of last year. Farewell, Robert.
PS: A happy new year to our users and everyone else.
The project title has changed. The description also changed to include the security library that Chris so generously contributed. Furthermore I fixed the Trove categorization a bit to match those other changes.
I want to introduce myself. My name is Christian Wimmer, 25years old, living in Germany (Stuttgart) and I am proud to be a JEDI member. I try to lead this JEDI section to new glory and honor its grounds.
Marcel van Brakel took his leave from the project, today. Thanks for all your contributions and best luck with your future plans!
Two more members joined the team. The website was updated to reflect this change.
Furthermore Robert (Marquardt) checked in the units which can now be treated as include files as well. This is used to resemble the structure of the PSDK headers.
A very talented Delphi programmer based in Germany joined us today. Welcome nicode!
Today I've launched the website with a very simple design. Furthermore some static and some dynamic HTTP redirects have been established to allow for easy linking to the files (more info on the website).
Last but not least I've transferred the list of native APIs from my server to this place, because it fits into the context with the Native API unit.
Furthermore packages have been renamed to have a short and a long name.
For Setup & Config Manager it's more a maintenance release. For the Win32 API some more things have changed.
The win32api package contains the Native API unit as well.
This package contains the JwaNative.pas unit and its dependencies. So users do not have to download the whole big win32api package. Furthermore this allows us to keep the unit up-to-date and release it more often separately.
This may be just interesting to some people. pserver-access is available as usual.
The group is still constituting, so stay tuned.