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Thursday, 28. September 2017

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IDE Fix Pack 6.0 released – dcc64 and 10.2 Update 1 support

Andy's Blog – The new IDE Fix Pack version 6.0 is available. It supports Delphi 10.2 RTM and 10.2 Update 1. And after over a year of being in BETA testing without any bug reports, I also included all the Win64 compiler performance optimizations. Thus the jump to version 6.0 can finally be done as they make the ...
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Wednesday, 27. September 2017

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How I use Linux to write software for multiple target platforms using Wine, Delphi 7, Lazarus and Delphi Berlin

The Wiert Corner – How I use Linux to write software for multiple target platforms:http://kriscode.blogspot.tw/2016/10/how-i-use-linux-to-write-software-for.html – Kris Kamil Jacewicz – Google+ WINE has come a long way. Many things do not have a native look and feel, but so do many Delphi FMX or Lazarus ...
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Tuesday, 26. September 2017

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How to Get Into Software Testing

blog.gurock.com – Testing is one of the few places in technology where people can come into the field without a college degree. Yet the door to get in is unclear. There is no direct path into becoming a software tester; no undergraduate degree, and no vocational school. When most people talk about their beginnings ...
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5 Ways to Break Through Tester’s Block

blog.gurock.com – Testers working on the same product or project for weeks or even months at a time might experience “tester’s block”. Tester’s block, similar to writer’s block, can leave testers in a rut, repeating the same tests over and over, without finding any new information. ...
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How Much UI Automation Do You Need?

blog.gurock.com – When I first started working in test automation, I asked for help. It was ten years ago; the developers I worked with sent me references and links to articles. The articles were on programming, information about how browsers work, details on javascript, links to an overwhelming list of libraries ...
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Changing Times: An Interview with Rich Rogers

blog.gurock.com – Congratulations on the publication of your new book: Changing Times. It’s not what I’d describe as your run-of-the-mill testing book. By which I mean, it doesn’t seem like it’s really targeted at testers exactly… Was this a conscious decision on your part? Why, and if ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon Knight @ 23:00
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Array and Matrix operations with Analytics 2.2

TMS Software Blog – New version 2.2 of TMS Analytics and Physics pack includes total support of operations with N-element arrays and MxN matrices. The operations realized in the Linear Algebra extension package. Array and matrix operations allow advanced calculations with small, compact formulae. Let us consider the ...

Monday, 25. September 2017

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Looking for more examples of Unicode/Ansi oddities in Delphi 2009+

The Wiert Corner – At the end of April 2014, Roman Yankovsky started a nice discussion on Google+ trying to get upvotes for QualityCentral Report #:  124402: Compiler bug when comparing chars. His report basically comes down to that when using Ansi character literals like #255, the compiler treats them as single-byte ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 07:04
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Make your Delphi applications pop with Font Awesome!

Random thoughts on coding – Yes you heard right, Font Awesome? You can use their icons to make your desktop applications pop. Nowadays I use it to make my websites look nicer and without having to worry about finding icons for my apps and edit them and so on. Font Awesome is one the smartest things you can use to make your ...
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Wednesday, 20. September 2017

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Dependency Analysis – Pascal Today

The Wiert Corner – Tools and steps for analysing Delphi or FreePascal code: Dependency Analysis – Pascal Today [WayBack] Used tools: Delphi Unit Dependency Scanner [WayBack] Gephi – The Open Graph Viz Platform [WayBack] yEd – Graph Editor [WayBack] yEd is a free desktop application to quickly create, ...
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Tuesday, 19. September 2017

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Bugfix for DprojNormalizer available

The Art of Delphi Programming – There is a new version V2.1.0 for DprojNormalizer available, which targets a problem when using option sets and/or build events. Thanks to Peter Sonderegger for bringing this to my attention. Be aware that this version may change the sorting of your dproj files triggering a version control change. ...
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Delphi and Linux

The Delphi Geek – I'd just like to remind my Slovenian readers that on 28th this month I'll be having a presentation about RAD Studio and Linux in Ljubljana.As the presentation will be given in Slovenian language, the rest of my post containing the description of the presentation is written in that language, ...
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delphi – Is AtomicCmpExchange reliable on all platforms? – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – TL;DR: yes it is. Answer by Allen Bauer at delphi – Is AtomicCmpExchange reliable on all platforms? – Stack Overflow [WayBack] –jeroenFiled under: Delphi, Development, Software Development
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Checking KeyPress is not the place to do your input validation

The Wiert Corner – I have seen too many projects over the years trying to do input validation by checking KeyPress. This is not limited to Delphi projects (C#, VB and other projects suffer from this just as much). Most of these projects suffer from these:: Much of the KeyPress logic logic in the UI byusing half-baked ...
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Monday, 18. September 2017

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Delphi and RAD Studio Roadmap Update Publsihed

Marco's Tech Blog – The article with the new roadmap slides is available at: https://community.embarcadero.com/article/16563-rad-studio-roadmap-september-2017 The roadmap is updated with the 10.2.1 actual release and the specific 10.2.2 plans, along with the focus areas for 10.3 next year.
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