JEDI Code Library
The JEDI Code Library (JCL) consists of a set of thoroughly tested and fully documented utility functions and non-visual classes which can be instantly reused in your Delphi and C++ Builder projects.
The library is built upon code donated from the JEDI community. It is reformatted to achieve a common look-and-feel, tested, documented and merged into the library. The library is grouped into several categories such as Strings, Files and I/O, Security, Math and many, many more. The library is released to the public under the terms of the Mozilla Public License (MPL) and as such can be freely used in both freeware/shareware, opensource and commercial projects. The entire JEDI Code Library is distributed under the terms of the Mozilla Public License (MPL).
This includes, but is not limited to, this document and all source code and ancillary files. Source code files included in the JCL have a header which explicitly states this (as is required) however, unless noted otherwise, all files including those without an MPL header, are subject to the MPL license.
If you download the JCL as a ZIP file from GitHub, you also have to download the jedi.inc and kylix.inc files from the https://github.com/project-jedi/jedi project and copy them to the jcl\jcl\source\include\jedi directory.
> git clone https://github.com/project-jedi/jcl.git jcl > cd jcl > git submodule update --init
This will get you the JCL repository and initializes the submodule that contains the jedi.inc and kylix.inc files.
Start the jcl\install.bat
You can download daily snapshots from http://jcl.sourceforge.net/daily
While we try hard to release bug free software, bugs are a part of reality. So, if you have found any bugs, please report them to us. To make the bug reporting as efficient as possible, please try to follow these rules:
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The JCL is built by the community, but more importantly, for the community. Therefore we would like to hear from you. If you have any problems, comments or suggestions we would appreciate it if you would drop us a note. There are several ways to get in contact with us. Note that we also like to hear about you if everything is fine, as this will let us know that what we do is appreciated.
Newsserver (news://news.delphi-jedi.org) - jedi.jcl (news://news.delphi-jedi.org/jedi.jcl) - jedi.general (news://news.delphi-jedi.org/jedi.general) - jedi.jvcl (news://news.delphi-jedi.org/jedi.jvcl)