Difference between BDS2006 and Turbo

Posted on 2006-11-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-05
What's the diffrerence between a Delphi Win32 VCL project made with Delphi 2006 and Turbo Delphi 2006 Pro ? Does the available objects are the same ? Any language differences ?
Question by:mychel_normandeau
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as far as i'm cncerned biggest difference is that in turbo delphi you cannot install new/custom components


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In the free version you can't but in the Pro version you can...
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Lastly, you can only install and run one of the Turbos. You can't have Delphi and Delphi .Net or C++ and Delphi.


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Anything else ?
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Johnjces earned 75 total points
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That's about it! I use it, the .Net version for some ASPX stuff I had to do! Free was great!


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