What about lazarus? It's pretty darn good and has pointers. I am moving
all the projects I can to lazarus.
The more third party support it gets the better. I would take a look as
lazarus 1.x could handle ICS no problem.
On Oct 25, 2012 12:14 AM, "Arno Garrels" <arno.garr...@gmx.de> wrote:
> Hoby Smith wrote:
> > Now that ICS supports both Windows and MAC OS X via FireMonkey (FM2),
> > do you have any plans to support iOS targets in the future as well?
> > Or, are you waiting for the future XE3/4/5.2 or whatever that will
> > eventually include the new native non-Win target compilers?
> That was my plan last year, but then EMB crippled Delphi for their
> NextGen compiler IMO. Looking at XE3's source code it becomes clear
> that there will be no more Pointers, only one string type etc.. in
> NextGen which seemed to be required for their already announced mobil
> studio. So I for one gave up that plan, (no Pointers = no Arno coding
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