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Tuesday, 25. March 2014

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WideOrbit is hiring JavaScript, .NET and Delphi developers

The Delphi Hacker's Corner – Do you want to switch gears and work for a very cool company that manages billions of ad impressions per day? How about tens of billions of ad revenue dollars per year?It's never been a better time to send me that resume of yours! Email it to aohlsson at wideorbit dot comYou must be able to work in ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 19:47
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Delphi `TParser` links

The Wiert Corner – I needed to modify some code that had been amended from the Delphi TParser class (which parses DFM files, but can be amended to other sources as well), so here are some links I found during my research: CodeToHTML parser (with really nice flow diagrams). What is this TParser thing and how do I use ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 17:13
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Delphi: TRttiContext.GetType versus TRttiContext.GetTypes is not about singular versus plural, but about all versus public types

The Wiert Corner – I’m so glad I just bumped into the below quote of at Delphi sorcery: CodeRage 6 feedback and DSharp news: He put an entire class into the implementation part of a unit registering it to the container in the initialization part of the unit. I mentioned the dependency on the container in that ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 12:00
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Simple benchmarking framework, or how to enumerate published methods in Delphi

The Programming Works – The article describes an old trick of enumerating and invoking published methods of a class. The trick is used in DUnit testing framework, and I came to the same idea while trying to bring some order into my benchmark routines. So the idea was to declare benchmark routines as published methods of a ...
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Simple benchmarking framework, or how to enumerate published methods in Delphi

The Programming Works – The article describe an old trick of enumerating and invoking published methods of a class. The trick is used in DUnit testing framework, and I came to the same idea while trying to bring some order into my benchmark routines. So the idea was to declare benchmark routines as published methods of a ...
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