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Friday, 7. December 2012

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New Delphi Developer Community on Google+!

Lars Fosdal – Google just added Communities to Google+, so if you are a G+ addict like myself, you are very welcome to the new open Delphi Developer community :)
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x64 debugging on Windows: usually not directly by the IDE, but trough a debug helper process (msvsmon / PAServer / dbkw64_16_0)

The Wiert Corner – While developing x64 applications, most Windows development tools are actually running in x86 mode, and use an intermediate x64 layer to debug the x64 process even for local debugging. For Visual Studio 2008 and up, this is msvsmon.exe (for Delphi XE2 and up it is PAServer.exe for remote debugging ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 06:00
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Understanding Owner Drawing in Delphi

About Delphi Programming – in Advanced Delphi :: I guess we all like the idea of graphics displayed in the "Start" menu of Windows XX. Have you ever wondered is it possible to do custom control drawing with Delphi? Here comes Owner Drawing - an excellent way to improve the look and feel of your Delphi application by ...

Thursday, 6. December 2012

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The 25 days of C++mas - December 6 - get a C++Builder 64-bit Boost!

Sip from the Firehose – As I mentioned in my Happy C++mas December 1st blog, we are including two versions of the Boost libraries for C++Builder XE3 in the upcoming 64-bit compiler release, Boost version 1.50.0 (for 64-bit target platforms) and Boost version 1.39 (for 32-bit target platforms).  Our goal is to unify our ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 18:14
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Now Available: Castalia 2012.3.4

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – http://www.twodesk.com/castalia I’m pleased to announce a significant bugfix release of Castalia, my collection of Delphi IDE enhancement tools: Version 2012.3.4 This release fixes several issues: * Fixed: Access Violation when opening a second editor window on a larger file * Fixed: Some ...
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C#: any c# – .NET Enumeration allows comma in the last field – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – Thanks Nick Craver for answering this on StackOverflow. Array initializers can be specified in field declarations (§17.4), local variable declarations (§15.5.1), and array creation expressions (§14.5.10.2). The array initializer can end in a comma, which makes some things way easier (boy, I wish I ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 06:00
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 5 - stricter C++Builder Win64 compiler

Sip from the Firehose – In providing support for the C++11 standard, the C++Builder 64-bit compiler for Windows is more strict than the C++Builder 32-bit compiler. As a developer you have the choice for which compiler you want to use depending on your platform needs.  If you want to build C++ applications for Windows and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 02:44

Wednesday, 5. December 2012

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Pictures from SDE+ and BE-Delphi

Marco's Tech Blog – A blog post with a few pictures I took this week at SDE+ (Papendal, Netherlands) and the other week at BE-Delphi (Antwerp, Belgium). BE-Delphi Pictures of the audience (with Bob Swart) and of Pawel before our joint product address session.   The event was very nice, as I ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 23:32
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Components vs Children in FireMonkey

The Hacker's Corner – You have probably iterated through the Components array many many times as a Delphi developer. Consider this simple application: It’s probably no surprise that listing the Components of the form like this… for i := 0 to ComponentCount-1 do Memo1.Lines.Add(Components[i].ClassName+’ ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 20:59
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RemObjects Oxygene - more than just .NET (or Prism)

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – The release of "XE3" reduced the number of editions for Embarcadero Prism to just one: the Professional edition, which means Embarcadero Prism is from now on no more than RemObjects' Oxygene, and in fact a bit less.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Bob@eBob42.com @ 17:27
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Blast from the Past: Developers and Economics

Nick Hodges – Here's another article from my series at CodeFez -- and here's the response that Steve Teixeira wrote to it.  The comments on both are a pretty interesting discussion. I never cease to be amazed at how little the average developer knows about economics. I mean, I don't claim to be an ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 02:45
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 4 - the path to C++11 and the future

Sip from the Firehose – With C++Builder XE3 and the upcoming release of the C++11 compatible 64-bit compiler for Windows, Embarcadero embraces the C++11 language and delivers the only agile C++ solution for creating native applications for Windows and Mac. This release also paves the way for single-source, multi-device ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 02:19
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Are you eligible?

Idle Musings of a Delphi Junkie – A couple of weeks ago, I implemented a new EDN feature which may have gone unnoticed by many of you. When you log into Member Services, you will now see a new ‘My eligible field tests’ option in the navigation bar to the left. My eligible field tests navigation element When you click on ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Clegg @ 01:25
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 3 - survey of favorite C++11 features

Sip from the Firehose – A few weeks ago, I created a survey asking our C++Builder customers and CodeRage 7 C++ conference registrants to rank order their favorite C++11 language and library features.  Thank you to all of those who have taken the survey so far. The ranked survey results [1] as of December 3, 2012 are: ...
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Tuesday, 4. December 2012

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Last Call - Windows 8 Webinar

Stephen Ball – I’m just finishing in Rome from another great FireMonkey session (in partnership with BitTime). Before I leave for the airport, I wanted to remind everyone that tomorrow we are running in 3 time zone a great Windows 8 session looking at what is new in Windows 8 and how to get your Delphi and ...
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