22 September 2016

PasHi Pascal Highlighter v2.0.0 Released (At Last!)

After a mere five and a half years in beta, I've finally got round to finishing off and releasing v2.0 of my PasHi Pascal Syntax Highlighter.

This is a command line program that highlights Pascal source code and outputs CSS styled HTML code. I use it to highlight source code for my website.

Version 2 is a massive update from version 1 - there are loads of new commands. This would turn into a very long post if I was to list everything the program does - there's a comprehensive user guide for anyone interested. For a list of changes from the last v1 release see the change log.

There's a GUI front end that can control PasHi to save typing in lots of commands. That too is now out of beta. Here's a pic of the program after it's used PasHi to highlight some code using an emulation of Delphi's twilight style:

PasHi lives on GitHub. You can grab the program and its source code from the GitHub release page.

19 September 2016

BDiff / BPatch Utilities v0.2.8 Released

Version 0.2.8 of the BDiff / BPatch Utilities has just been released.

This version is mainly a recompilation with Delphi XE to enable support for Unicode file names and Unicode internal string processing.

Zip files containing the executable files and source code are available from GitHub.

You can also fork the project on GitHub if you wish.

12 September 2016

System Information Unit v5.3.0 Released

Release v5.3.0 of the System Information Unit from the DelphiDabbler Code Library has been released.

This release adds support for detecting Windows 10 "Version 1607", i.e. the Anniversary Update. It can also now detect Windows 2016 Server tech previews 1 to 5.

Some other tweaks have been made: for a full list see the change log.