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Tuesday, 11. February 2020

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Catch Me If You Can: LLVM back-end cannot catch all exceptions

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] Catch Me If You Can: the LLVM backend cannot return from a hardware exception (like AV) if the hardware exception is raised directly within a try...except block. It can only safely return if there is a function (method) call within the try...except block. Via and by [WayBack] Dalija ...
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Rebuilding the Delphi & C++Builder Android Java files

Brian Long – Some while back I posted a command script (or batch file as we used to call them) that could be used by RAD Studio 10.3 users if they felt the need to change any of the few Java files underlying Delphi's (and C++Builder's) Android RTL.The script would rebuild all the Java files into the required ...
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Delphi is turning 25!

Stephen Ball – This week, Delphi is turning 25, and as part of the celebrations, members of the community have been encouraged to share their stories about Delphi, what they love and how it has helped their careers. Delphi was originally launched on the 14th of February 1995, while I was still at 6th form College. ...
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TMS FixInsight v2020.2 is here

TMS Software Blog – Our Delphi static code analysis tool just got updated. TMS FixInsight is your indispensable tool to enhance your Delphi code quality and make it less prone to errors than your Delphi compiler warns for. TMS FixInsight catches numerous classic patterns of mistakes in code and with the new version ...
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How Was This Tested?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. There’s never enough time to really exercise a piece of software. Bosses want it done yesterday. Project Managers and Scrum Masters want to know the progress and what is left. So, hey, it worked just mark it as PASS and move to the next set of tests. ...
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Is there a keyboard shortcut to go to the next/previous compiler error in the current …

The Wiert Corner – Via: [WayBack] Is there a keyboard shortcut to go to the next compiler error in the current source file? – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+: Primož Gabrijelčič: Alt-F7, Alt-F8 IIRC And indeed, it is sort of documented as of Delphi 2007 for “Message View”, but appears to be a ...
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