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Thursday, 16. August 2018

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Have NoMessageBoxes depend on a global boolean · Issue #58 · pleriche/FastMM4 · GitHub

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self: [WayBack] Have NoMessageBoxes depend on a global boolean · Issue #58 · pleriche/FastMM4 · GitHub –jeroen
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A success story – kudos to ScaleMM, +André Mussche… – Ondrej Kelle – Google+

The Wiert Corner – Though no maintenance for over 2 years, it ScaleMM seems among the fastest of Delphi memory managers: [WayBack] GitHub – andremussche/scalemm: Fast scaling memory manager for Delphi Full story via [WayBack] A success story – kudos to ScaleMM, +André Mussche… – Ondrej Kelle ...
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Work around for running out of memory when building multiple projects in Delphi < 10.2

The Wiert Corner – I found out this is a problem until at least Delphi 10.1 Berlin, but my original question was for XE8: Is there any tool that clears the Delphi memory overhead when a “build all” switches to the next project in a project group? XE8 constantly runs out of memory with large project groups ...
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Wednesday, 15. August 2018

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zlib win32/i386/x86 and win64/x64_86 builds for Windows

The Wiert Corner – In the past, the DLL for zlib was called zlib.dll, but as of a few years back it is called zlib1.dll as it switched to static linking. There are may obscure download sites for zlib1.dll, but the master site is referenced from these documents: [WayBack] Frequently Asked Questions about ZLIB1.DLL ...
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Tuesday, 14. August 2018

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Ransomware: How to Avoid Becoming a Statistic

blog.gurock.com – You can’t go very long without hearing or reading something about a new ransomware attack. The term ransomware has forcefully entered our collective vocabularies over the last five years, and in that short time has become one of the most common and dangerous technology threats. According to ...
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Delphi Build Groups: building all the Configuration/Target permutations of projects in your project group from inside the IDE

The Wiert Corner – An automated build system for your Delphi applications is gold, and straightforward to setup using the Delphi support for msbuild. Sometimes however, it is convenient to build any or all Configuration/Target permutations of all your projects from inside the Delphi IDE. This has been possible since ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Month #61

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero Updates Embarcadero released Delphi Community Edition, a great step to get the product back to students and hobbyist with support for mobile platforms in a free edition, for non-prossional developers. The release has been very well received and had a large number of downloads, but we ...
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Optimized Pascal compilation time | Fredrik Haglund’s blog

The Wiert Corner – Long uses lists especially of units circularly referencing each other are killing for compiler performance both in CPU and memory consumption. To solve it: Ingredients ICARUS – a free tool from the maker of Pascal Analyzer. http://www.peganza.com/products.htm. Icarus parses Delphi or Borland Pascal ...
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Sunday, 12. August 2018

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Delphi Book Collection

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – One week after I wrote about Warren Buffet's 25-5 rule I created my own "Top 5" list. However, this time I put a little twist on it. Instead of creating a to-do list of things I wanted to accomplish in the next six months, I created a list of the top 5 things I have accomplished within my lifetime. ...
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Thursday, 9. August 2018

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A Day in the Life of an Agile Tester

blog.gurock.com – An agile tester’s work life is intriguing, busy and challenging. A typical day is filled with varied activities like design discussions, test planning, strategizing for upcoming sprints, collaborating with developers on current user stories, peer reviews for teammates, test execution, working ...
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Why Skylake CPUs Are Sometimes 50% Slower – How Intel Has Broken Existing Code – Alois Kraus

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] Why Skylake CPUs Are Sometimes 50% Slower – How Intel Has Broken Existing Code – Alois Kraus reports that the PAUSE instruction on Intel Skylake architecture takes an order of magnitude longer than on previous architectures. This impacts spinlock code in .NET 4.x and .NET Core 2, and ...
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Reminder to self: write up which refactoring options might work under what circumstances

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self to elaborate on: [WayBack] Did you know that the Delphi IDE’s rename refactoring (Ctrl+Shift+E) also works for forms and components? It works even better than GExperts Rename Comp… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+ [WayBack] 10 minutes waiting the ...
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Delphi Cookbook 3ed is out!

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Here’s the 3rd edition of the Delphi Cookook! Delphi Cookbook is a best sellers for PacktPub in its category since the 1st edition back in the 2014. Delphi Cookbook 3rd Edition This edition is the first in co-authoring with Daniele Spinetti. Daniele Spinetti is an Embarcadero MVP wich works ...
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How to Randomize / Shuffle (Generic) Collections and Lists – Implementing UnSort in Delphi

Zarko Gajic – The second law of thermodynamics, in short version and when read by a programmer, states that “any collection of objects tends not to be sorted” We developers, we have a tendency of organizing objects into lists, collections, queues, stacks … Since you’ll be using the for ...
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Delphi 2007 – when you lost your Borland.*.Targets file during a Windows upgrade

The Wiert Corner – When upgrading Windows, it will create a fully new %windir% for you. Any files an application installed files in them will be gone, and appear in a %HomeDrive%\Windows.old If you’ve deleted that directory because you thought all your applications worked, or the Windows 10 upgrade automagically ...
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