We have uploaded videos from the Post Conference workshop at SW Fox.

We would like to thank Tore Bleken for his help with editing the videos.

Part 1:
Part 2:
Part 3:

We hope you will enjoy the videos.

The powerpoint that was used during this session is also available as well as Roberts example.

The examples from Fabrice are part of the other downloads that we made available earlier.

Click here to go to the folder with the files.

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We have uploaded the presentations and sample files from the Vendor session that we did at South West Fox 2019.

Click here to go to the folder with the files.

Update, Sunday evening 27th:

The presentations and messages from the post conference workshop will follow soon.
With a little luck we will also be able to post the recorded video from that session online.  Stay tuned!


Matt Slay has recorded a video of one of the two vendor sessions we did.

Click here to watch this video on youtube: https://youtu.be/wA61SryiMlk


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We have uploaded new RP2 and RP3 builds for the X# runtime.
These builds no longer use exernal header files. Clients using this code also no longer have to include the Rp2 or Rp3 header files.

Goto the download section on this website to download the updates.

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We have just released a new installer for XSharp Bandol 2.08

This build fixes a few issues found in Bandol 2.07. It also adds support for Visual Foxpro class syntax and adds support for several Visual FoxPro commands. And it adds support for workarea events/
See the what's new document for the detailed list of changes.
We have also made some more steps towards FoxPro compatibility. In the FoxPro dialect you can now have statements without FUNCTION/PROCEDURE heading at the start of your program and we have also enabled AND, OR, XOR and NOT as keywords (as alternatives for .AND., .OR. etc.). FoxPro class creation is expected for the next build.

A public installer for this build is expected later this week.

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We have just released a new installer for XSharp Bandol 2.08a, both a public installer and an update to the private installer.
This build fixes a few issues found in Bandol 2.08, in particular a (very rare) hang in the preprocessor and in the VS integration.
See the what's new document for the detailed list of changes.

The public installer can be downloaded from (you need to login first)

{rsfiles path="installers/XSharpSetup208aGAPublic.zip"}

{rsfiles path="fox/Compiler/XSharpSetup208aGAFox.zip"}


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We have just released a new PUBLIC installer for XSharp Bandol 2.07.

The contents of this release are the same as in the FOX subcribers version that was released earlier this week with the following differences:

  • The subscribers version has an optimized (faster) compiler
  • The subscribers version contains debug versions of the Redist DLLs to aid in finding runtime problems
  • The subscribers version contains .Net core versions of the compiler DLLS.

See the what's new document for the detailed list of changes.

{rsfiles path="installers/XSharpSetup207GAPublic.zip"}

We have also  changed the end date of the Special Bandol Release discount to October 31, 2019.
Click here to order a FOX subscription with 25% discount

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With the complete disappearance of our former competitor in the Xbase for .Net area (did you look at their website recently ?) we have decided that it is now time to make the source code to our compiler publicy available. After all we have nothing to hide, in fact we are very proud of what we have achieved in the last four years!

You will find the source code to the compiler (and Help and Manual documentation) on https://github.com/X-Sharp/XSharpDev.
This source code is shared under the Apache 2.0 license. Some source files still speak of the "X# compiler source code License". That will be changed in the coming weeks.

We have a small private repository still where the installer is located along with the certificates and keys. But that does not have anything you would need to rebuild the compiler.

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New version(s) of the XSharp Plugin for IL-Spy are available : One for IL-Spy 4, and the other one for IL-Spy 5.

If you don't know, ILSpy is the open-source .NET assembly browser and decompiler, and you can use ILSpy to view and decompile .NET assembly as XSharp Language.

To do so, first get the ILSpy binaries and unzip them in a folder.

Then get the ILSpy Plugin in the Downloads/General/Tools section, and unzip the DLL in the same folder as the ILSpy Binaries.

Now, when running ISpy, you can set the language as XSharp.

The full source code of the Plugin is available in the public XSharp Repository on Github; you can also view there the current state of developement of the tool ( What is working currently, Changelog, ... )

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