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Thursday, 28. June 2018

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Lead Your Agile Culture Change

blog.gurock.com – Too often, managers think of testers as a necessary evil. That thinking might lead these managers to think of testing as a support function. Nothing could be further from the truth. Testing is an integral part of product development, where we have something valuable to release to customers. What ...
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How it Works: Winning at TestRail Reporting

blog.gurock.com – As promised during our live webinar, here’s the recording so you can re-watch it at your leisure. And if you weren’t able to join or even sign-up for the live webinar, here’s what you missed! TestRail Reporting Get TestRail FREE for 30 days! TRY TESTRAIL TODAY Communicating the ...
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TMS RADical WEB, preferred error handling?

TMS Software Blog – With almost all in the TMS development team and since some time also many TMS ALL-ACCESS users busy using TMS WEB Core to develop web client applications from the Delphi IDE, we wonder about what could be the preferred developer experience to deal with run-time errors? To situate, there are ...
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Delphi still doesn’t raise overflow exception on Int64 multiplication…

The Wiert Corner – Thanks to Stefan Glienke for pointing me at the below patch for [WayBack] Why doesn’t raise overflow exception on multiplication example or how to detect in this case?{$RANGECHECKS ON} {$OVERFLOWCHECKS ON}varvalue: Int64;… – Rafael Dipold – Google+. It’s basically an ...
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Wednesday, 27. June 2018

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RAD Studio 10.2.3 Delphi CodeInsight (and iOS 11.3) Patch

Marco's Tech Blog – Over the last few months we were able to investigate some very specific CodeInsight bugs (with reproducible cases) and we have been able to work on several fixes to the Code Completion and other areas. A critical one involved the case a developer overaloads a generic method. While some of the fixes ...
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Stop Delphi generating .res files for unit test applications

The Wiert Corner – By default, Delphi always generates .res resource files when compiling a project. There are two things you need to change to turn this off; the first is on by default, the second could be your own change: Remove the {$R *.res} from your .dpr file and turn “Runtime Themes” to ...
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Tuesday, 26. June 2018

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Object Pascal: Compiler Directives

TMS Software Blog – Compilation Directives could help you to make your code multi-platform or even cross-compiled. Introduction Compilation directives are powerful commands that developers could use to customize how the compiler works. These directives pass parameters to the compiler, stating the ...
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Settings Migration Tool – RAD Studio

The Wiert Corner – I totally missed that this was introduced in Delphi XE8: [Archive.is] Settings Migration Tool – RAD Studio. It allows exporting/importing your Delphi settings and migrate them from older Delphi versions. I need to try to find out which older Delphi versions it supports. –jeroen via: ...
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Monday, 25. June 2018

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The Mysterious Case Of The Lost Inherited Call | The Art of Delphi Programming

The Wiert Corner – A history lesson: not all minitor Delphi updates are binary compatible.[WayBack] The Mysterious Case Of The Lost Inherited Call | The Art of Delphi Programming. I am looking forward to the solution that Uwe comes up with. –jeroen via [WayBack] Binary compatibility can be hard to achieve. The ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 19:04
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Dennis1000/mos6502-delphi: A MOS 6502 CPU emulator written in Delphi (a very basic C64 + VIC20 emulator included)

The Wiert Corner – Really cool history: [Archive.is] Dennis1000/mos6502-delphi: A MOS 6502 CPU emulator written in Delphi (a very basic C64 + VIC20 emulator included) It should run on most 32-bit Delphi versions. via: [WayBack] MOS6502-delphi – a MOS 6502 CPU emulator for Delphi | The curse of Dennis D. Spreen ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 13:04

Sunday, 24. June 2018

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Use the Source!

The PodCast at Delphi.org – One of the great things about Delphi is not only is it written in Delphi (mostly), but it ships with the VCL, RTL, & FMX source code. You can use this source code in lots of different ways, which I’ll cover in a bit, but sometimes it is a matter of finding the source file with the code you ...
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Saturday, 23. June 2018

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FastText follow-up

Delphi and stuff – Just a quick follow-up for those of you who showed interest. My proof-of-concept with FastText has been a success. The C# class library has been integrated with a product and staged for a future release. The product provides a web-based conversational user interface, accepting natural language as ...
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Thursday, 21. June 2018

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Balancing Mobbing, Pairing and Solo Work

blog.gurock.com – I spent the first half of my career building software as an individual. Initially the applications and projects I worked on were small, so there wasn’t a lot of potential for stepping on others’ toes. And collaborating with others? Why would I do that? Programming seemed a solo sport. I was content ...
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I wish the Delphi language supported multi-line strings

The Wiert Corner – Very often, I see people ask for how to embed multi-line strings in a Delphi source file. The short answer is: you can’t. The long answer is: you can’t and if you want you have to hack your way around. The answer should be: just like any of these languages that do support multiline ...
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TMS Day followup: Using TMS FlexCel with TMS WEB Core

TMS Software Blog – Another TMS day They say time flies when you are having fun... It is hard to believe it has been about 2 years since my last blog post, which was also about a TMS Day. I see two options here: Either we start doing more TMS Days so I can blog about the sessions, or I just start actually writing down ...
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