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Lazarus support

The files imported from Github for LCL and fpGUI have been removed.
LCL files have been recreated from their VCL version.
Three package files have been created to mirror the VCL versions: g115commonlr140.lpk, g115flr140.lpk, and g115ld140.lpk.
Unit tests created, all 64 tests pass on Linux-x86_64.
Used Lazarus 1.4.0 on Ubuntu 15.10 64bit.
Examples still need to be updated (the current files are from the Github import).

Posted by Andrew Haines 2015-12-15

FMX support for XE7 and XE8

Support for FMX on XE7 and XE8 has been added

Posted by Andrew Haines 2015-12-15

FMX support added

FMX support has been added for Delphi 10 Seattle. Other Delphi versions to follow soon.
Not all features are available on all Operating Systems supported by FMX.

Posted by Andrew Haines 2015-12-10

v1.15 BETA now in SVN

SVN has been updated with a BETA release of version 1.15.

This release is a merge of 1.13 + 1.14 + SongBeamer + CLX port + FPC/Lazarus port.
Packages for Delphi XE through XE5 have been added.

The help file was imported to a Help & Manual project then regenerated as CHM, HxS, and HTML.
The help has also been updated to reflect current changes.

Possible fixes for Bugs 6, 7, 8, and 10 have been implemented.... read more

Posted by Andrew Haines 2014-01-06

TurboPower OnGuard documentation released

The current PDF manual & help files for TurboPower OnGuard are now available via


This release does not include the files used to generate the documentation.

TurboPower OnGuard project page:


Posted by TurboPower 2003-01-22

TurboPower OnGuard 1.13 released

TurboPower OnGuard 1.13 is now available for download from:


OnGuard is a library to create demo versions of your Borland Delphi &
C++Builder applications. Create demo versions that are time-limited,
feature-limited, limited to a certain number of uses, or limited to a
certain # of concurrent network users.

TurboPower OnGuard project page: ... read more

Posted by TurboPower 2003-01-18

Welcome to the project

The mere presence of this SourceForge project is a product of our open source preparations and should not be considered a guarantee that this product will be open sourced. The disposition of each product is still being evaluated.

Posted by TurboPower 2003-01-08