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Tuesday, 11. November 2014

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Usertility hits 10,000,000 data points!

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – Sometime today, Usertility recorded recorded its 10 millionth data point. That’s a lot of data! Want to know how people really use your software? Usertility helps Delphi programmers learn how there software is used. Find out more at twodesk.com/usertility.
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Delphi: removing “unused” units from uses lists cannot be fully automated (via: SO)

The Wiert Corner – One of the things a lot of Delphi users want is to be able to automagically remove unused units from their uses lists and projects. The short answer is: you can’t. The long answer starts with: you can’t fore a number of reasons. Similar reasonings hold for many other development ...
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My Job Is To Meet Expectations

Lars Fosdal – This is a reply to the article Your Job Is Not to Write Code by +Laura Klein. It IS my job to write code. That code has to meet the expectations of the end users, the product manager (PM), the Quality Assurance Manager (QM), the support team, and myself.The PM has to set the bar. ...
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Monday, 10. November 2014

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OpenSSL 1.0.1j, 1.0.0o, 0.9.8zc

Arvid's Blog – New OpenSSL updates Again, forgot to blog about. Need to create a script for these kind of posts.. Direct Links: http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-0.9.8zc-i386-win32.zip http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-0.9.8zbc-x64_86-win64.zip http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-1.0.0o-i386-win32.zip ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week #21

Marco's Tech Blog – Here is another long list of Delphi related news and blog posts, just because it's been more than 2 weeks since the last roundup. Delphi Offers and Embarcadero Information Upgrade from any old versions of Delphi to XE7 until November 21st. Read more at ...
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The CodeRage 9 Replays Have Been Posted

The Delphi Hacker's Corner – In case you missed CodeRage 9 (or want a repeat), here are links to the replays on YouTube:Delphi track: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwUPJvR9mZHhgQYWWgF6BCkgDwIpP78ZVC++ track: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwUPJvR9mZHgQ8WRCJkk8LKA0_ucuDOt1Enjoy,Anders
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InterBase CodeRage 9

Stephen Ball – The CodeRage 9 videos are now available for reply online via YouTube. To save you searching, the InterBase CodeRage 9 links I did are below; For the full list of videos from CodeRage 9 please visit the Embarcadero Community blog post for CodeRage 9 InterBase Product Address InterBase IBLite (Object ...
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CodeRage 9 replay videos are now on YouTube

Sip from the Firehose – The CodeRage 9 session videos are now viewable on the Embarcadero YouTube channel. Video replays of the sessions and live Q&A are posted for the C++ and Object Pascal tracks. You can access the videos using the ffollowing YouTube playlist URLs: C++ Track: ...
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Sunday, 9. November 2014

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App Tethering (Part 2) – Resources and a License Duplication Check Demo

OTAPI – Previously… In the first part of this series of articles, we took a look at Interoperable Systems as a concept, followed by App Tethering – a recent addition to Delphi enabling us to quickly and easily produce Interoperable Systems – finishing off with two introductory sample ...
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A Generic TLKEventListener for LKSL

The Art of Delphi Programming – While playing a bit with Simon Stuarts LKSL event engine, I thought it would be quite handy to have a generic TLKEventListener taking away the need for some boiler plate code. Here it is:type TLKEventListener<T: TLKEvent> = class(TLKEventListener) type TEventCallback = procedure(const ...
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Friday, 7. November 2014

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App Tethering (Part 1) – Interoperable Systems & Autonomous Pairing

OTAPI – What are “Interoperable Systems” To begin this series of articles, let’s explain what an Interoperable System is and why you should care. “Interoperation” (and synonyms such as “Interoperate”, “Interoperable” and “Interoperability”) ...
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Displaying Long Non-Breakable Text (File Path) In MessageDlg – Truncation/Ellipsis Issues

Zarko Gajic – Introduced way back in Delphi 2009 the TTaskDialog (defined in Dialogs.pas) implements task dialogs. Task dialogs first appeared in Windows Vista and are used in later Windows versions. In essence, a task dialog is similar to, while much more flexible and parameter-rich than the standard message ...
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Windows .RES/Resource editors

The Wiert Corner – While researching the manifest problem I will post about next week, I made a short list of free Windows Resource Editors: ResEdit Resource Editor – free resource editor for Win32. Resource Editor | MelanderBlog. (the download there is broken, but you can find it using Google; not maintained ...
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Thursday, 6. November 2014

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ITDevCon and EKON session materials on Delphi Unit Testing + Build Automation and Continuous Integration on-line

The Wiert Corner – The last couple of weeks I taught two sessions at both ITDevCon 2014 in Milano, Italy and EKON 2014 in Köln, Germany. The EKON materials are slightly more up to date and elaborate (sessions there were 75 minutes), so below are all the links. Notes: I’ve switched to Markdown for presenting as ...
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Delphi and Batch Files

The Wiert Corner – Two interesting links today about Delphi and Batch files. Using batch files to streamline your build process. This is a really long post explaining a system of batch files to facilitate continuous integration using Batch files and the Delphi commandline compiers. A workaround for calling batch ...
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