Delphi2Cpp converts Delphi source files to C++. The program is based on a complete parser for Delphi 4/5 and yields optimal translation results by use of the type information of the VCL and other included units.
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Description: Delphi2Cpp converts Delphi source files to fast and portable C++. The program is based on a complete parser for Delphi 4/5 and yields optimal translation results by use of the type information of the VCL and other included units. The include paths can be set in the options as well as defines for the conditional compilation.
The CBuilder with its language expansions is most suitable as target, but other compilers are supported too, e.g. by elimination Delphi-properties.
Some of the features of Delphi2Cpp listed briefly:
- the case notations of identifiers are unified
- source code is preprocessed with conditional compilation
- comments remain unchanged at the translation
- special VCL functions like "Length" or "High" are translated in dependence of the actual types
- inserts return values in functions and treats or simulates much more Delphi language features: enumerated types, sets, ranges, static and dynamic arrays, arrays of const, in-operator, is-operator, default array properties and much more
In the student version of Delphi2Cpp a manager for the translation of groups of files is deactivated. In the professional version this dialog is accessible.
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