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Saturday, 29. June 2013

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Getting System information in OSX and iOS using Delphi (XE2, XE3, XE4) Part 2

The Road to Delphi – This is the continuation of the Getting System information in OSX and iOS using Delphi (XE2, XE3, XE4) Part 1 article. Inside of the Posix.SysSysctl unit (which is the translation for the sysctl.h file) you can find a set of arrays (CTL_NAMES, CTL_KERN_NAMES, CTL_HW_NAMES, CTL_USER_NAMES, ...
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Delayed loading of a DLL

Behind the connection – The delayed directive can be used when declaring a function exported from a DLL so that the DLL is not loaded before the function is called. This is very useful because you may first check if the conditions are met to call the DLL before actually loading the DLL, for example check if the DLL is ...
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High-Level Multithreading Part III, repeat

The Delphi Geek – If you have missed the webinar on Thursday or if you couldn’t reconnect after the very unfortunate dropout, you can join the retransmission on Monday 1st at 10.00 AM PDT / 19.00 CET. I’ll be going through the complete webinar for the purpose of recording so you can drop in conveniently late ;) ...
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ARC is awesome: My comments on Allen Bauer 's blog

Delphi Code Monkey – Allen is a pretty talented guy, and he has a long history and deep insights into the history of Delphi.  I can confirm (from outside the Embarcadero/CodeGear fold) that everything he says is exactly the way it is, even the motivation for .Net being that Microsoft planned to "yank" the Win32 ...
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