Thanks to all who replied,

I had a quick look at the Borland web site on the weekend (mainly to see
what the difference was between the "personal" and "professional" versions)
and they seem to still have Delphi V5 Personal available for free download.

Seeing the "free" version of Delphi in the magazine, I thought it might be
worth having a go at writing some simple servers (when I find the time)
I don't have an urgent need, I just thought I might have a play.


Thanks again,

LINDEN DOYLE
Product Development Engineer
Zener Electric Pty Ltd

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-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Wilson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Protel EDA Forum <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Saturday, 4 May 2002 01:15
Subject: Re: [PEDA] Delphi V6 vs. Protel SDK


>On 08:13 AM 3/05/2002 +1000, Linden Doyle said:
>>Greetings all,
>>
>>     I have read here in the past that Delphi V5 is required if one wishes
>> to create srevers using the Protel SDK.
>>
>>     Is Delphi V6 also useable in this regard?
>
>I gather not - at least this is what I was told by Protel.  One of my
>*biggest* complaints about Delphi is the braindead way packages and
>components are tied to product versions.
>
>So you are left in a position that you are trying to source an out-of-date
>compiler.  You could try ringing Borland (local office) - sometimes old
>version are still available.  Or try something like
www.recycledsoftware.com.
>
>Ian Wilson
>
>
>


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