[python-win32] Iron Python and Visual Basic 2005 (or 2008) Express

Tim Roberts timr at probo.com
Wed Mar 5 00:57:30 CET 2008

Dick Moores wrote:
> I just Googled "Delphi". Is your Delphi listed on this page?: 
> <http://www.codegear.com/products/delphi> And does it come with 
> Python embedded or do you have to do the embedding? I have a feeling 
> that's a stupid question, but I'm fearless. :-)

Delphi is the grown-up version of Borland's Object Pascal.  Think of it 
as Visual Studio for Pascal.  It was a very cool product, with a great 
IDE and a wonderful class library for writing GUI apps.  I was a 
steadfast Delphi zealot from versions 1 through 5, but when I got hooked 
on Python I drifted away, and I haven't looked back.

Delphi doesn't come with Python in the box, but it's very easy to add 
packages, and there are lots of places to download them.  Essentially 
one DLL gives you a Python engine within your Delphi application.

Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.

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