Release 14 is now available to all existing XE Plus Pack users. Release 14 also brings support for Delphi XE5.
The reason why the XE5 release was delayed was that the addition on iOS 7 support and a couple of changes to internal IDE component names (which made no sense to change) broke two of my experts. Needless to say, I was waiting for Update 1 to be released before making the XE5 version available.
NOTE: The XE5 release works with or without update 1 and with or without iOS 7 support.
Introducing Debug Visualizer Wizard
This expert is a repository wizard to help made Debug Visualizers without needing to go into much detail about their implementation. It allows you to concentrate on creating custom visualizers which is perhaps one of the most unappreciated IDE features.
Those paying attention will know that this wizard is based off the Blaise Pascal Magazine article written back in the days of Delphi 2010. The code was upgraded and the templates improved and now available from Delphi XE thought to Delphi XE5.
There have also been a number of fixes under the hood, however two that will be noticeable are:
Support for adding bookmarks with the bookmark guide when the editor is not docked.
Improved tracing output.
XE Plus Pack still costs just 40 Euros and can be purchased cheaper if ordering four or more licenses (contact us for quotes).
Purchase XE Plus Pack and get the Delphi XE version.
Purchase XE2 Plus Pack and get support for Delphi XE2 -> Delphi XE5.
Download your required version from the download page.
To try XE5 Plus Pack download the trial version.