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Wednesday, 8. August 2018

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ngHttp2 and OpenSSL win32/i386/x86 and win64/x64_86 (a.k.a. x86_64) builds for Windows

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] ngHttp2 DLLs has a simple a version scheme. The build inside the Windows PHP distribution includes these version numbers. The TreadSafe versions work as plug in replacement for github.com/grijjy/DelphiScalableClientSockets/tree/master/Bin which is used by ...
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Everything You Think You Know About “Cryptocurrency” is Wrong. Even the Name.

Delphi-losophy – If you haven’t heard of Bitcoin by now, then you should probably find out about it right now if you even remotely want to have any Geek-cred at all. Okay, anyway, I actually made a pretty nice chunk of money off of Bitcoin.  A few years ago I took a modest chunk of bitcoin in return for an ...
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RAD Studio 10.x Files Permissions Patch Released

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has just released RAD Studio Files Permissions Patch, applicable to all versions of RAD Studio 10, 10.1.x and 10.2.x installed using the GetIt web based installer. The GetIt-based installers (up to but excluding RAD Studio 10.2.3 build 3231, made available in July 2018) copy files ...
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Finally: RAD Studio August 2018 Roadmap – Embarcadero Community

The Wiert Corner – While many were expecting the 10.3 release by now, it should now be available towards the end of 2018. If that means better quality, I’m all for it [WayBack]: RAD Studio August 2018 Roadmap – Embarcadero Community. The slides are still in image form (I never understood the lack of PDF), ...
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E2026 or W1023 – take your pick (:

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] A compiler curiosity I’ve learned today … – David Berneda – Google+: depending on if TEST is defined or not, you get E1026 or W1023. // This works: {$IF Declared(Test) and (Test>=100)} {$ENDIF} // This not: {$IF Declared(Test)} {$IF Test>=100} // "E2026 ...
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