On Saturday, 30 July 2016 at 11:46:11 UTC, ketmar wrote:
On Saturday, 30 July 2016 at 11:31:26 UTC, LaTeigne wrote:
For example in the 2000's Delphi was incredibly popular in Russia because the holder at this time (so Borland unless it was already Code Gear) sold literally **hundreds** of licenses to the russian education department.

actually, no. nobody ever bothers to buy licenses at all. delphi was popular due to teachers mostly know nothing except pascal, so using turbo pascal, then borland pascal, then delphi

Your stupid. This is a well known fact.



PPL using pirated copies is another story. I speak well about what was setup in the universities themselves, you know... in the computer rooms.

was the logical choice. believe me, it had nothing to do with licensing, you hardly ever find legal, non-pirated delphi version there.

You remind me that an idiot has open-sourced the keygen on GitHub. Don't know if it's still there.

By the way aren't you czech Ketmar ?

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