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ANN: Beyond Compare 4.0 beta available on Windows, Linux, and OS X

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Newsgroup: embarcadero.public.delphi.thirdpartytools.general

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wrote on 24-Dec-2013:

Beyond Compare 4.0 beta is now available for testing on Windows, Linux, and OS X.
http://www.scootersoftware.com/beta
This version adds a number of new features:
- OS X support
- An improved user interface
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Lachlan Gemmell replied on 24-Dec-2013:

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A new major release of Beyond Compare. I'm genuinely excited.
  I know you use VCL for the Windows version and CLX for the Linux version so to support OSX you were always going to have to write a new GUI at the very least. What platform/framework did you end up going with?
  --
  Lachlan
  Embarcadero MVP
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Kevin Powick replied on 24-Dec-2013:

On 2013-12-24 00:48:48 -0500, Lachlan Gemmell <> said:
    (snip)

FPC/Lazarus was used. Craig P. mentioned this in his post to the
    Delphi G+ group.
    https://plus.google.com/115543678481226143222/posts/TcfAzzewBkr
    --
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Craig Peterson replied on 24-Dec-2013:

On 12/23/2013 11:48 PM, Lachlan Gemmell wrote:
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As Kevin mentioned, we used Free Pascal 2.6 and Lazarus 1.2 with the
    Carbon backend. We expanded our existing VCL/CLX compatibility layer,
    so it's still all a single source and a single set of DFMs, with design
    work and core development all done in Delphi XE.
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Jeremy North replied on 08-Jan-2014:

Craig Peterson wrote:
  (snip)

Hi Craig,
  Looks nice and running under OS X it looks the goods as well. You
  should consider making the compatibility layer available (ie. sell it)
  for others because this makes FireMonkey look embarassing. Very nice
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Craig Peterson replied on 10-Jan-2014:

Hi Jeremy,
    On 1/8/2014 7:55 AM, Jeremy North wrote:
    (snip)

Thanks! We've spent a lot of time polishing it. The first picture of
    BC on OS X was posted to Facebook in October 2011, and I believe that at
    the time all of the viewers were usable.
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