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== Libraries ==
== Libraries ==

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' Major sites for Pascal, Delphi and Kylix code '

  • If you have some favorite sites that aren't here, please add them.

Super Sites with Components

Verry good sources, tools, docs: http://assarbad.net/en/stuff/

Delphi Free Component Index

(links seems obsolete? Somebody knows if a copy is available?) HUGE index of free components (download a zipped version below) Download zipped free component index another mirror

Other major sites

SWAG sites

SWAG is an archive of tips and example programs for Turbo Pascal/Borland Pascal and early Delphi. Much of it is still applicable to today's Object Pascal - and much is obsolete...



  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/mtdorb MTDORB is a free and open source ORB implementation for Delphi and Kylix. It is intended to be a fully compliant implementation of the CORBA 2.3 standard. Currently in doesn't compile with Free Pascal, but work has started to make it FPC compatible.


Graphics, games, multimedia



Parallel Computing

  • Using LAM/MPI in Free Pascal: a message with source code from C. Cremers:
 (http://www.win.tue.nl/~ccremers/pascalmpi/index.html is obsolete!)


  • LazReport LazReport is based on the FreeReport project. This generator is very fast. LazReport is not compatible with FastReport and FreeReport.
  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/braslib/ Braslibrary is a report and others components pack for Delphi and Lazarus. It is alfa release and has a lot of problems, but has a great potential (p.e. justified text)
  • http://reportman.sourceforge.net ReportManager (Delphi only)


Tutorial Sites

How to Write Source Code

Why? Because the code you write should be read with ease by others and even youself.

Borland tutorial
JEDI tutorial and tools

Pascal, Delphi and Kylix Blogs