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Monday, 20. June 2016

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InterBase XE7 Update 6

Stephen Ball – InterBase XE7 – Update 6 InterBase XE7 update 6 is now available for general release. The patch is available for server-based Editions of InterBase XE7 only on Windows and Linux for both 32bit and 64bit For notes on previous InterBase XE7 updates please select the links below Update 5 Update ...
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New cryptography solutions from TMS software in partnership with Cyberens

TMS Software Blog – In the past couple of months, TMS software formed a partnership with the company Cyberens with the goal to jointly develop cryptography solutions for Delphi, C++, C users. With this partnership, Bernard Roussely and Marion Candau from Cyberens bring in the high expertise in cryptography algorithms ...
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TMS teams up with Roman Yankovsky to bring TMS FixInsight, the static code analysis tool

TMS Software Blog – We're pleased and honoured to announce that Roman Yankovsky joins the TMS family and the excellent static code analysis tool FixInsight is from now on available as TMS FixInsight product. Roman Yankovsky is the architect and developer of the highly respected FixInsight tool for Delphi. We're proud ...
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Joining Embarcadero as C++ Product Manager

Parnassus – I’m very pleased to announce that I recently joined Embarcadero as C++ Product Manager.  You can read more details on my Embarcadero blog post, but I’ll be looking after C++Builder as well as some other areas, including IDE user experience.Parnassus and the IDE plugins I make have not ...
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Sunday, 19. June 2016

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Package Magician and Search Paths

The Art of Delphi Programming – Some people using Package Magician or evaluating it asked me to add some sort of search path handling. The usual scenario is that a library installed into the IDE via its setup also adjusts the global library path pointing to the necessary DCU files. Some libraries consist of quite a bunch of ...
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Saturday, 18. June 2016

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Cool App Contender: Floccipender the Word Descrambler

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I used to be big into some word games on my smart phone. I couldn’t help but think “I could write a program to solve this,” and it turned out some people did. Most of the solvers I saw were pretty slow or limited. Enter Floccipender – the super fast, super powerful word ...
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Friday, 17. June 2016

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Thirty One years of Developer Tools and still moving forward. Today Only: C++Builder Starter Edition for $0

Sip from the Firehose – Today marks the 31st year since I started working at Borland International on June 17, 1995. I had met Philippe Kahn at Comdex Las Vegas in November 1983. He gave gave me copies of Turbo Pascal version 1.0 on floppy disks (5.25 inch PC-DOS and 8 inch CPM). I put the PC-DOS disk into an IBM PC we had ...
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Perth Meeting – 21st June

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Perth ADUG Meeting – 21st May The ADUG Perth branch are meeting on Tuesday 21st June   Topics – 2 more interesting presentations, including how to make a TRS-80 computer in Delphi (more details coming soon) Where  – Artifactory  8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017 When ...
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Thursday, 16. June 2016

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LibBLP v1.0 – A BLP image reader library for Delphi 10.1 Berlin+ with DXT3/5 decompression support

The curse of Dennis D. Spreen – LibBLP v1.0 – A BLP image reader library for Delphi 10.1 Berlin+ for Palettized and uncompressed images and with DXT1 / DXT3 and DXT5 decompression support BLP files are Blizzard’s texture format. The BLP file structure consists of a header, up to 16 mipmaps of the texture, and a ...
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Storing your Objects in a Database

Malcolm Groves – I’ve just begun a series of posts and accompanying videos over at the Code Partners site on using an Object Relational Mapper in Delphi. It starts out simple but over the series I want to delve into exercising more control of how objects are loaded and stored to optimise performance and other ...
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Wednesday, 15. June 2016

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MVP of the Week: Germán Estévez

The PodCast at Delphi.org – This week I am spotlighting Germán “Neftalí” Estévez from Barcelona, Spain. He is a regular contributor on the ClubDelphi forms, which he also administers. You can also find him on Stack Overflow. But I want to highlight a couple of his recent blog posts which can be found at ...
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Cool App Contender: AlignMix Professional

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I’ll be honest, if you described AlignMix to me I might fall asleep, but after seeing the video of it in action I find I am trying to find scenarios to use it! Simply put, AlignMix is used to divide and map territories. But wow, it does an amazing job at it. I’ve been in situations ...
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How to: Set a Thread Name in Native Code

The Wiert Corner – This is what the Delphi TThread.NameThreadForDebugging is based on: // // Usage: SetThreadName (-1, "MainThread"); // #include <windows.h> const DWORD MS_VC_EXCEPTION=0x406D1388; #pragma pack(push,8) typedef struct tagTHREADNAME_INFO { DWORD dwType; // Must be 0x1000. LPCSTR szName; // ...
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Tuesday, 14. June 2016

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Flotsam and Jetsam #114

Delphi-losophy – Signups are open for Delphi Developer Days.  Remember, the “Very Early Bird” special price ends on August 12, so start planning now.  I love presenting and hanging out with Delphi developers, so I hope you’ll be at one of the events.  Should be a very fun time all around.  And ...
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Monday, 13. June 2016

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Calculating how old I am and how many years I have been married - using Delphi and C++Builder

Sip from the Firehose – Today is my 65th birthday and my 35th wedding anniversary. How do I remember? I have an app. But before I show the multi-device form, Delphi and C++ code, here are a few computer history items from 1951. Tomorrow, on June 14 (my parents wedding anniversary) in 1951, the U.S. Census Bureau ...
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