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15 Feb 2005
Historical Documents: Delphi 1 launch demos source code, launch script, and marketing video
Anders Hejlsberg provided the original launch script and projects used in the Delphi 1 launch on February 14, 1995.

14 Feb 2005
Historical Document: Visual Component Library First Draft - May 24, 1993
The first draft document for the Visual Component Library (VCL) description, dated May 13, 1993. This document describes components, properties, events, forms, and more.

14 Feb 2005
Historical Document: Delphi Product Definition 3rd Draft - May 13, 1993
Zack Urlocker, Delphi Product Manager, wrote the product definition for Delphi version 1.0. This is the HTML version of the 3rd draft, dated May 13, 1993. Notable items include the original target dates and technical terms like “lotsa”.

21 Feb 2002
Antique Software: Turbo Pascal v5.5
Combining the simplicity of Apple’s Object Pascal language with the power and efficiency of C++ to create Turbo Pascal 5.5, the object-oriented programming language for the rest of us. Updated with a PDF of the first two chapters of the language guide.

14 Apr 2000
Antique Software: Turbo C++ version 1.01
Turbo C++ version 1 was our first compiler that supported the C++ language. The C++ compiler conformed to AT&T’s 2.0 specification for the C++ language.

15 Feb 2000
Antique Software: Turbo C version 2.01
Turbo C 2.01 provided everything you needed, all of the tools, included in one environment. Turbo C 2.01 provided tight integration between the editor, compiler, linker, and debugger.

12 Feb 2000
In The Museum: Where are the other Antique Software Items?
More antique software “may” appear sometime in the future. Stay tuned.

10 Feb 2000
Antique Software: Turbo Pascal v3.02
Turbo Pascal 3 was the first Turbo Pascal version to support overlays, the Intel 8087 math co-processor and BCD math.

1 Feb 2000
Antique Software: Turbo Pascal v1.0
With the release of Turbo Pascal 1.0, Borland started its award winning push into the world of development environments and tools. Download the software that started it all.

21 Dec 1999
Borland History: Why the name “Delphi?”
Danny Thorpe writes about the origin of the Borland Delphi product name.