>> It is also important that the INI file generated by D2009 compiled
>> application remains compatible with the same application compiled with 
>> older
>> Delphi as long as it is possible (This is not possible if a value stored 
>> in
>> the INI file cannot be represented properly as an ansi character. See a
>> message I wrote ealier).
>>
>> This compatibility will avoid a lot of headache to all ICS developpers 
>> when
>> testing ICS accross many compilers. It would be a nuisance to "fix" the 
>> INI
>> file each time you switch from D2009 to a previous version. It is already
>> enough a nuisance to have the dproj file broken by D2009 !

> Obviously, if the ini file contain a string that can not be codepage
> mapped, will show up with ??? in old Delphi compiled demos, but this is
> a consequence of non Unicode applications.


That is acceptable IMO.
This is the best compatibility level we can achieve.

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