Castalia 2011.3 is available now

A new release of Castalia, version 2011.3, is now available. This version adds support for Delphi XE2 as well as several fixes and enhancements. Here’s what’s new:

  • Support for Delphi XE2
  • Enhanced: Rewritten “Eliminate With” refactoring is more reliable
  • Enhanced: Inline Variable Declaration supports generic types
  • Fixed: “Eliminate unused variables” mangles the var section when preceded by “high order” unicode characters
  • Fixed: Regenerating the precompiled library does not delete old files no longer in use
  • Fixed: “Used Units” menu on navigation toolbar throws an Access Violation when opening a standard VCL unit.
  • Fixed: Parser incorrectly handles nested expressions that begin with two parenthesis
  • Fixed: Parser fails on generics with multiple type parameters
  • Fixed: Anonymous methods as parameters cause problems with structural highlighting

Users with current subscriptions can download Castalia 2011.3 at http://subscribe.twodesk.com. Everyone else can try it free for 30-days at http://www.twodesk.com/castalia.

Castalia is the “number one productivity add-in for Delphi developers,” providing cutting edge tools to write better code faster, understand code more accurately, and improve code you’ve already written.

2 Responses to Castalia 2011.3 is available now

  1. TheTruth September 12, 2011 at 10:30 pm #

    Good job Jacop and in time!

    Just a notice, on the Dekphi splash screen, you mention CodeGear.
    Don’t you think it’s high time to give Embarcadero their credit?

  2. TheTruth September 12, 2011 at 10:40 pm #

    Also on About Castilia, the version is still 2011.2

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Hi. My name is Jacob, and I'm the creator of Castalia.

I starting programming in 1986, learning Lightspeed Pascal on a Mac Classic. Today, I'm a professional programmer, teacher, and entrepreneur.

I have a Master's Degree in Computer Science, and I still love Pascal and Delphi.

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