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dof2cfg and bdsproj2cfg on SourceForge – twm's blog
Nov 252012
 

Sometimes you want to do a command line compile but you don’t have the <project>.cfg file that the dcc32 compiler needs but only the .dof file (Delphi <=7) or .bdsproj file (Delphi 2005/2006). You could of course open the project in the ide and let it create the .cfg file, but that’s something of an overkill. For these cases I have written the dof2cfg and bdsproj2cfg tools. (For Delphi 2007 and later you don’t need the .cfg files any more.) There are now two SourceForge projects for them.

 Posted by on 2012-11-25 at 17:56