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Wednesday, 21. December 2016

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Ken Thompson – quotes – Reflections on Trust

The Wiert Corner – Some of the Ken Thompson – Wikiquote entries come from a great 1983 ACM Turing Award Acceptance Lecture “Reflections on Trusting Trust”. That lecture used to be on http://cm.bell-labs.com/who/ken/trust.html But it isn’t, and it’s not in the WayBack machine and neither ...
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Tuesday, 20. December 2016

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Live Now: Intensive Delphi 2016 - The biggest online Delphi event in Brazil, for free!

TMS Software Blog – Intensive Delphi 2016 is happening right now. It's the biggest online Delphi event in Brazil, and it's free for everyone! Already started on Monday, 19th and going on until 24th, it's six days full of sessions about the most different topics: Mobile development, Rest/JSON servers, Firemonkey, VCL, ...
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Recovering from AutoRecover

TPersistent.com – Here is a great example of a UI which could be much more intuitive. I got this after my machine spontaneously rebooted last night.  I am running Embarcadero® Delphi 10 Seattle Version 23.0.21418.4207. A Great UI It doesn’t say how you are to save the files, and although Beyond Compare has ...
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shadow_cs / delphi-leakcheck — Bitbucket

The Wiert Corner – On my research list, as it works on both Windows and Android: shadow_cs / delphi-leakcheck — Bitbucket: Multi-platform leak checking library for Delphi via: I’ve created a multi-platform leak checking library with DUnit integration and per test memory leak details… – Honza Rameš ...
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Friday, 16. December 2016

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Introducing the myCloudData REST Client for Delphi & C++Builder

TMS Software Blog – We are very excited to announce the launch of our new open-source myCloudData.net REST client for Delphi & C++Builder. The myCloudData REST Client is completely free and open-source and hosted on Github, this means that you can freely use or customize the code for your commercial or hobby ...

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) ...
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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 ...
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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.… ...
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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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Tuesday, 13. December 2016

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InterBase on Linux

Stephen Ball – Following Jim McKeeth’s recent Embarcadero community post about preparing for Delphi for Linux, I wanted to add a few notes about how you can use Linux today as part of your server architecture; and also point out how to get ready for Linux by using InterBase. InterBase on Linux InterBase ...
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Spring4D, Extended floating point values and Mac OS X: the 16-byte stack alignment

The Wiert Corner – Just a few quick notes after solving a stack corruption issue in Spring4D on Mac OS X involving the Extended data type and 16-bit Stack Alignment: Delphi Considerations for Cross-Platform Applications – RAD Studio: Stack Alignment Issue on OS X. Using Inline Assembly Code – RAD Studio. ...
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Monday, 12. December 2016

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My Top 10 Aurelius Features - #9 Plain Old Delphi Objects

TMS Software Blog – My number 9 feature of My Top 10 Aurelius Features refers to PODO - Plain Old Delphi Objects. Or in other words, the fact that Aurelius entities are simple, clean Delphi classes. When Aurelius project started back in mid 2011, there were some object persistent frameworks available for Delphi. At ...

Sunday, 11. December 2016

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Weekend fun with Delphi, math and FNC

TMS Software Blog – Mathematics is fascinating, Delphi is cool, cross-platform is awesome, cross-framework is the icing on the cake. So, what's better than spending some time with all four on a weekend day? For some time, we offer our TMS Analytics & Physics package that can do formula evaluation, complex number ...

Friday, 9. December 2016

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Retrofit – Handling Different Responses

Te Waka o Delphi – In my previous post I provided a simple example of how to use Retrofit to define, create and use a REST API client. Even in that simple example the issue of how to deal with different responses to a request came up. That is, where the response we receive does not conform to the strongly […]
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Thursday, 8. December 2016

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RAD Studio and Version Control + Git – links

The Delphi Geek – This post contains just a bunch of links that I refered to in my two-part (live) presentation on version control management with RAD Studio and Git. Slides for the presentation: pps, pdf Read more »--- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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