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Wednesday, 14. December 2016

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Delphi history – on the FINITEFLOAT compiler option that has no one-character shortcut

The Wiert Corner – Back in the .NET days, Delphi had an FINITEFLOAT compile option that came without a single-character shortcut. It was about the handling of infinite float and other special float values in cases like overflow and underflow (including +Inf, -Inf and  NaN). At first – in the Delphi 8 (Octane) ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 17:05
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Conditionally using FastMM avoiding IFDEFs in the DPR

The Art of Delphi Programming – This a follow up of my previous post Conditional Uses Clause Considered Harmful, showing another real world use case of the technique described there. Let’s assume we want to use FastMM with Full Debug Mode in a project to track down some errors in DEBUG mode. This requires us to include the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Raabe @ 16:06
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Melbourne Meeting – December 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – John McDonald will discuss code reviews. He and Geoffrey Smith will show what FixInsight and PascalAnalyzer can tell us about our code. Then we will break into small teams to do short code reviews on some code samples. As it’s our Christmas meeting, we will be having some finger food.… ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? John McDonald @ 12:07
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Some notes and links: when a filled ATOM table is not caused by your Delphi app

The Wiert Corner – Some links; hopefully I can fill in more details later: .net – How to research what resources are leaked by which application – Stack Overflow. Github jpluimers/atom-table-monitor. Identifying Global Atom Table Leaks – Ntdebugging Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs. The ...
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