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Linking Assembly Language with Delphi Part II

On the 16th October, I posted about linking 32-bit Assembly Language to Delphi and on 29th September I had presented a simple example of linking 64-bit ASM to Delphi. For today, I have ported  the 32-bit ASM to 64-bit to link it to Delphi XE2. Also, today we are going to link a 32-bit COFF file with Delphi XE2, this appears a waste of time but is not. Click HERE!

Using C object files with Delphi XE2

Now, that Delphi XE2 can link with COFF .obj files, let’s run Visual Studio 2010, compile some ‘C’ and see how to handle that within Delphi. Click HERE to read!


I will be using this blog to sport some rare developer’s code.
Because rare is something unfrequent, please don’t expect the blog to be updated frequently!
However, I have a number of undergoing hot developments which I plan to post here in the upcoming months (or years), I can’t establish a schedule because many other important projects take much of my time.
To celebrate the Grand Opening I have an extremely valuable jewel, which I will post here in the first week of May.
No more hints at this time!