They already have.
Also, you could just read through the previous postings in this group, this
topic has been discussed exhausively for the past several months now.
No. A final patch - MAYBE - but definately no BCB7 will ever be released.
C++BuilderX, aka CBX, is the new C++ product from this point forward.
Continue to use BCB6. Otherwise re-write the code to be
compiler-independant so that you can then port the project to CBX. Note
that in its current form, CBX v1.0 is not targetting BCB users. That will
come in an upcoming release in the next few months, complete with VCL and
forms editing and such. But for now, there is no VCL at all in CBX. But ti
does ship with BCB6's compiler and linker, so it is possible to compile BCB6
projects from the CBX IDE, you just can't edit your VCL forms and such.