A new mutlti-threading library for Delphi. (darkThreading)

This project has been migrated to the BSD-3 licensed cwRuntime library on GitHub under the namespace cwThreading.

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  1. Zamrony P. Juhara says:

    While there is conditional defines for FreePascal {$IFDEF FPC}, compiling it with FPC 3.0.4 under Ubuntu result in error due to missing Posix.SysTypes unit. So It cannot be used with FreePascal under Linux.

    • Please stand-by. I have moved this project to GitHub and it will be made public (today/tomorrow).
      I’ll comment a new link here very soon.

    • Apologies for the delay, I’ve been a little unwell.

      As per my update to this page, the project has now been moved to GitHub at

      Currently, I have tested that it can be compiled under FPC for Windows, and Delphi for Linux, but the FPC for Linux target remains to be tested. It *should* work with FPC/Linux because the code on GitHub has been migrated from my private repo, which has previously been used for the FPC/Linux combo, but of course I can’t be certain until I’ve tested it. I’m devoting time to completing the migration as much as is available to me.

      Please watch the GitHub repository for future updates, and if you do attempt to use it for FPC/Linux, I’d appreciate if you’d raise any issues encountered on the GitHub also.

  2. Hi.
    I found forked repository on GitHub.
    But I continue to wait for an original repository.
    Good luck!

    • I should caution there are many bugs fixed since the gitHub repo was cloned.
      I have been working (ridiculous amounts) on building automation tools for my infrastructure (version control, websites etc) in order to give this project a new home.
      This work completed literally minutes ago (tested backup/restore action of the automation tools), and so I’ll be getting that new home up and running very soon! Apologies for the delays.

    • Please note the update, now available as cwRuntime on GitHub.

  3. Hi!
    where is darkThreading home?

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