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Hi to all,
just a quick note to told you that XBase Future 2017 Conference has started today in Cologne.
We had the first presentations this morning, with a very interesting session by Michael Fischer and Robert van der Hulst; a lot of people and new faces...Great !

Myself, I've already done a session about XSharp Everywhere, with an application consuming some MySQL-data as a client with some Windows Forms, and running the same way on Windows 10, Ubuntu 16.04 and Raspberry PI with Raspbian Pixel... without ANY Change !

Now, Robert is talking about our OpenSource model, and all stuff around program management, licences, code sharing, ...xbase future

Fabrice

Rene J. Pajaron
I wish I were there!!!!
Couple of weeks.... my CFO will released our R&D funds for FOX!
Excited to join.
Anyone can confirm me that X# can not do stuff without BYOR which is unnecessary and useless for me due to the fact that I have older Vulcan version here.

Chris Pyrgas
Hi Rene,

In addition to what Robert said, x# supports also older versions of the vulcan runtime.

Chris

Robert van der Hulst
Rene,

Of course X# can run without Vulcan Runtime. We support the full .Net runtime and also the Vulcan runtime.

Fabrice showed us yesterday for example how he created a Windows Forms application and then copied and ran that app on a Ubuntu machine and also on a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian
All three machines were then talking with the same (MySql) database .
Exciting stuff !

Rene J. Pajaron
Hi Robert and Chris,

VulcanSetup.2.0.205.0 this is the Vulcan.NET I have.

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Rene


Chris Pyrgas
Hi Rene,

That's fine, you should be able to use also the runtime of 205 without issues. In case there turns to be some problem (which I highly doubt), it will be trivial for us to adjust the x# compiler to workaround it.

Remember, at any given time in about the last 10 years, one or more members of our x# team had been responsible for maintaining the vulcan runtime, so we know it inside out and know exactly what is needed to support every version of it..

Chris

Greg G.
Having a great time learning a lot and meeting everyone!
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