This is just a quick post to let you know that Delphi Prism XE is available now.

XE is a pretty minor update to Delphi Prism over the Delphi prism 2011 release we shipped in May, but it does contain quite a few fixes, tweaks and enhancements, so it’s an update we are very excited about getting out to users.

If you already have Delphi Prism 2011 (whether standalone or via a recent purchase of RAD Studio or a RAD Studio with SE), your existing serial number will work out of the box, and you can grab the trial download to upgrade. No need to wait for that email from Embarcadero. If you have RAD Studio 2010 without SA, you will need to upgrade to XE (or get SA) – but on the plus side, that means you’re currently still on Delphi Prism 2010, which makes the XE release much more exciting for you, as it will bring you a lot of new stuff, starting with VisualStudio 2010 and MonoDevelop IDE support.

You can find a complete list of changes in Delphi Prism XE at http://remobjects.com/changelogs (check also the Delphi Prism 2011 section, if you are coming from 2011. Yes, you will need to scroll down quite a bit!)

And, of course, you can grab the trial version from http://remobjects.com/trials. Note that there’s a separate download for the edition that integrates onto MonoDevelop/Mac (the regular Windows installer includes support for MonoDevelop/Windows).