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Anyone has tried running Delphi 3.0 in OS/2

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I assume you mean within the Windows support in OS/2?
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by:rickpet
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If your interested in Delphi like development for OS/2
check out Sybil for OS/2
http://www.ndrh.de/~speed/

Rick
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Delphi 1.0 (16-bit) will work.

Delphi 3.0 is 32-bit and uses the real WIN32 system calls. OS/2 does not support the full win32 specifications.

Sorry.

What type of work do you have to do?
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