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Tuesday, 17. October 2017

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Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [Intermezzo]

The Delphi Geek – When I was preparing an article about the compiler part of my toy language project, I found out that the concept of wrapping a whole program into a bunch of anonymous functions (what the compiler does) is exceedingly hard to explain. I had therefore prepare a simplified version of the compiler, ...
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TEncryptedIniFile: easy to use class for handling app settings with encryption in Delphi – TMS Software Blog

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] TMS Software | Blog | TEncryptedIniFile: easy to use class for handling app settings with encryption via: [WayBack] A new blog has been posted:TEncryptedIniFile: easy to use class for handling app settings with encryption – Michael Thuma – Google+ I wonder how that works with ...
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Perth Meeting – October 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Tuesday 17th October The Perth branch of ADUG are meeting this Tuesday to talk about Delphi technical topics. – SCOTT HOLLOWS – Build Your Own Text Comparison Tool in Delphi. Last month Frank Reynolds walked us through some difference comparison tools available within and outside of ...
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Monday, 16. October 2017

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Project corruption bug

Brian Long – Long ago there was an issue with the RAD Studio IDE (Delphi and C++Builder both). It meant that when changing certain project options or switching build configurations, the (XML format) project file would get saved with an extra errant (empty) XML element in it, causing subsequent compilations to ...
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Saturday, 14. October 2017

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Delphi build/install/launch Android app from the command-line

Brian Long – Quite some while back I answered a question on Stack Overflow, which explained how to build a Delphi project from the command line and also how to deploy it. The context of the question was Andriod developmentIn the case of an Android application deploying it has absolutely nothing to do with ...
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EKON 21

Brian Long – I’m delighted to say that later this month I’ll be over in Cologne speaking at EKON 21, which runs from 23rd to 25th October, 2017 and is being held in Cologne in Germany.  I’m doing three Delphi-related talks on some of my favourite subjects: creative debugging, Android API usage and IDE ...
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Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [6. AST Dumper]

The Delphi Geek – This article provides a description of a testing tool used for my toy language project. If you are new to this series, I would recommend to start reading with this post. Please note that this article describes an initial implementation of the parser. If you want to browse the code while reading the ...
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Testers Diary – Changing Locations and Strategies

blog.gurock.com – A while back, I talked about how testing looked before I moved out of the test team room and new ways I am able to participate in the development process from the development team room. I want to talk a little more about how my approach to testing has changed since moving into the team room to work ...
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Thursday, 12. October 2017

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ThreadBarrier/ThreadBarrier.pas at master · lordcrc/ThreadBarrier

The Wiert Corner – I mentioned Asbjørn Heid on wiert.me before. While prepping for the Deadlock Empire workshop at EKON20, I needed a Delphi equivalent for the .NET [Way: Barrier Class (System.Threading) The game uses that in level deadlockempire.github.io/#H4-Barrier [WayBack]. Edwin van der Kraan found the ...
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Wednesday, 11. October 2017

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The 5 Competencies of a Mobile Testing Specialist

blog.gurock.com – I went to a peer workshop last fall, and one of the topics that came up was testing as a specialty. If you aren’t familiar with the peer workshop format, usually a person will quickly present a topic. This part might last 30 minutes at most. After this, there is a facilitated question and ...
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Winning at Strategic Automation with the CRAWL Mnemonic

blog.gurock.com – One of the biggest challenges facing any organization is the balancing act between short and long-term goals. Every facet of our lives tends to be a juggling act between these two competing forces. Whether in QA, or just business in general, as humans, we all want things right-now and struggle to ...
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Tuesday, 10. October 2017

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Talking at ITDevCon 2017, Tomorrow

Marco's Tech Blog – The conference is organized by Embarcadero partner BitTime and their consulting company BitTime Professionals at their office in Franscati, near Rome, and all of the information is at: http://www.itdevcon.it/ Well, it might be a little late to join, but I realized ...
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Document and test your REST API using OpenAPI/Swagger support in TMS XData

TMS Software Blog – TMS XData 2.7 has been just release with lots of new features. The most interesting one, in my opinion, is OpenAPI/Swagger support. TMS XData server can now optionally provide a JSON file containing the OpenAPI Specification (OAS, formerly Swagger) for your whole server API. This opens up a lot of ...
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`Inc(I)` versus `I := I + 1;` in Delphi – they’re the same, but not atomic per se.

The Wiert Corner – Given a variable I: Integer, some people like Inc(I); others like I := I + 1;. You might think that part of that discussion nowadays should be multithreading. In practice this does not matter: the compiler will use the same instructions for both statements. TL;DR: This might make you think they are ...
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Thursday, 5. October 2017

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TMS Analytics for nonlinear multiparametric approximation of surface data

TMS Software Blog – The new version 2.2 of TMS Analytics and Physics pack contains the nonlinear least squares approximation tools. The nonlinear approximation tasks are widely used in statistics to fit experimental data with some random distribution function. Let us consider the example of surface data fitting with ...
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