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Friday, 30. December 2011

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OmniThreadLibrary 3.0

The Delphi Geek – As promised, I’m releasing OmniThreadLibrary with 64-bit support today! Get it now: ZIP, SVN, UML diagrams (provided by Rich Shealer). If you’ll be using it in production, wait until Tuesday as I won’t be fixing any bugs over the weekend and on the Monday there is a public holiday here in ...
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Finite automata to Regular Grammar with Thundax P-Zaggy

Random thoughts on coding – Moving ahead with FA, now we can generate the right-linear grammar that corresponds to the finite automata generated. The system is pretty simple and basically what the algorithm does is to go recursively through every state and to store the production (A → bC) using the info from the transition and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jordi Corbilla @ 20:00
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Ad-hoc SQL/POCO Queries in Entity Framework 4.0

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – Since version 4.0, the Entity Framework has had the ability to query un-mapped data and project it onto POCOs using ad-hoc SQL. Here, for example, is how we check the current SQL Server version: internal class SqlVersionInfo { public string Edition { get; set; } ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Craig Stuntz @ 19:54
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Last day to take advantage of special offers on our developer tools

Sip from the Firehose – Good morning from foggy Scotts valley.  It’s Friday, December 30, 2011.  Today is the last day to take advantage of the special offers on our developer tools.  If you haven’t upgraded to our XE2 editions, you can upgrade from any earlier version to XE2.  This offer is good for Delphi, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 18:30

Thursday, 29. December 2011

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Finite Automata with Thundax P-Zaggy part II

Random thoughts on coding – Going on with the further enhancement of P-Zaggy (part I) to use its graph creation capability to run and simulate DFA, I have released a new version (v1.2.0 build 180) which allows you to check a bunch of strings in batch. One the DFA is defined, we can easily test our input strings by adding them ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jordi Corbilla @ 20:53
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Finite Automata with Thundax P-Zaggy

Random thoughts on coding – I have moved forward the development of Thundax P-Zaggy with the addition of a Finite Automata builder and simulator. "A deterministic finite automaton (DFA) also known as deterministic finite state machine is a finite state machine that accepts/rejects finite strings of symbols and only ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jordi Corbilla @ 14:03
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Many more web platforms vulnerable to the hash collision attack (not only ASP.NET) #28C3 @hashDoS #hashDoS @ccc

The Wiert Corner – When writing my Patch your ASP.NET servers ASAP early this morning, I didn’t have time to research the full extend of the vulnerabilities published at 28C3 (slides, mp4), though a small bell was ringing a message that I had seen something like it before earlier this century. I was right, this ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 13:00
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SynEdit performance bragging rights?

DelphiTools – Committed another round of speedups in the SynEdit SVN, and AFAICT SynEdit is now amongst the fastest text and highlighting editors out there! To benchmark it yourself, if you don’t have a large text file hanging around, you can make a “meaningful” one easily: just go to ...
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LiveBindings Part 1 – Displaying database data in a FireMonkey application

Australian Delphi User Group Members – This is the start of an in-depth series on the new LiveBindings technology found in Delphi XE2. At its most basic level LiveBindings is the mechanism provided for FireMonkey applications to display and edit data from a database on screen, … Continue reading →
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Wednesday, 28. December 2011

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OmniThreadLibrary 3.0 beta

The Delphi Geek – OmniThreadLibrary 3.0 beta is available for download. Please test and report any problems. Version 3.0 will be officially released on Friday. --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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How to Find a Missing Release

The Delphi Geek – For quite some time, thread pool in OmniThreadLibrary had a weird problem – if you scheduled more than 80 tasks in one go, FastMM would report memory leaks when application was terminated. It bothered me, of course, but I could never find the real reason behind the problem. And so I left the code ...

Tuesday, 27. December 2011

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IDE Fix Pack 4.6.1 – bugfix release

Andy's Blog – IDE Fix Pack 4.6.1 fixes two bugs. The directory cache wasn’t able to find files if CodeInsight was invoke in the uses-clause. This is caused by the IDE that forgets to change the current directory to the editor file’s project directory when it calls into the compiler. For the original compiler code ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreas Hausladen @ 22:44
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Sneak Preview

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – I’ve been working on something new for Castalia. It’s nowhere near ready for general release, but here’s a sneak preview: http://screencast.com/t/FXaoj2AcO In case it’s not obvious what’s going on, here’s a hint: Reversing a selection is *NOT* what’s being ...
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Reminder: Upgrade Pricing and Offers Ending This Week

Delphi Insider – A final reminder on all of the offers and upgrade pricing for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio users that end this week. Don't miss out on these specials.Special Offers:Get FastCube, Rapid SQL and more free with new or upgrade purchases of Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE2 until December ...
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Programmatically Check If Your 32-bit Delphi Application Is Running On 32-bit Or 64-bit Windows

About Delphi Programming – in x86 vs x64 :: While I do have Delphi XE 2 (supporting native x64 development) I am still compiling some of my applications as 32-bit applications (waiting for some 3rd party to move to x64). Having my x86 (32-bit) application running on various Windows versions - I need a way to know if my 32 bit ...
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