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Thursday, 10. November 2011

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Don’t publish your .dproj/.groupproj

DelphiTools – Just a quick reminder to everyone publishing Delphi projects with source: Please don’t publish your .dproj & .groupproj, only publish the .dpr & .dpk The reason? Those files include machine specific settings, such as paths, DCU/DCP/BPL/EXE output directories, along with your favorite ...
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Deep Object Comparison Delphi – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – Last week there was an interesting question on Deep Object Comparison Delphi at Stack Overflow. Two nice answers: Recursive new style RTTI based solution (comparing all data) Streaming using OmniXML and comparing the output (comparing only the relevant data) –jeroen Filed under: Delphi, ...
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Extract Links From a HTML Page Using Delphi - Get Href Attribute From The A Tags

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi and HTML :: A very nice feature of a Browser is to display link information, for example, in the status bar, when the mouse hovers over a link in a document. This can also be done in Delphi: Get the Url of a Hyperlink when the Mouse moves Over a TWebBrowser Document. Sometimes, you "only" ...
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Version Insight Plus Beta 7 (SVN Merge)

Uwe's Delphi blog – I have fixed a potential issue, added some minor improvements, added the Merge feature for Subversion and here is now Version Insight Plus Beta 7. This setup is for XE and XE2. This is the list of the changes: [Git, Hg] SetCurrentDir is not used anymore to avoid potential compiler and IDE ...
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Wearable Android Development with Oxygene for Java

RemObjects Blogs – Here at AnDevCon II was a first opportunity to get hands on with WiMM Labs new wearable Android device the WiMM One. Of course my first question was if I could use our new Oxygene for Java to build an app for this tiny 1×1 screen. I downloaded their SDK, which turned out was an older build, so ...
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Wednesday, 9. November 2011

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FireMonkey Webinar Next Week

Marco's Tech Blog – Just a short reminder about my webinar next week. The webinar is an introduction to FireMonkey (don't expect anything too advanced) and it will be on Tuesday November 15th (or Wednesday November 16th), at the following times: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 ...
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Join me Thursday (tomorrow) for the TechXtend webinar - RAD XE2 in action

Sip from the Firehose – I am taking part in a TechXtend webinar, "RAD Studio XE2 in Action" tomorrow, Thursday November 10 at 11am Pacific Time (2pm Eastern Time, 19:00 UTC). IN the webinar I will showcase Delphi 64-bit Windows programming and Windows/Mac application development.  Why 64-bit?  Why Mac?  In the webinar I ...
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An update on XE2 updates

JT @ Embarcadero – We’ve been really busy these last few months releasing updates to XE2 as we had discussed during the release. Last week we shipped Update 2 and yesterday a hot-fix for C++ developers targeting MacOS X Lion, so I thought I would take a moment to discuss our update strategy in a bit more detail. ...
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Flotsam and Jetsam #49

Nick Hodges – Hallvard Vassbotn has been sighted in the wild! Hallvard is an amazing developer and a great writer, and I’m delighted at the prospect of him starting to blog again, especially given his propensity to stretch Delphi language and RTL features to the limit.  Given all the new things that have ...
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FireMonkey in Action LIVE! in Warsaw, Poland

Pawel Glowacki – I’m back from Poland from my home city - Warsaw - where I was showing yesterday "FireMonkey in Action LIVE!!!". After the serie of RAD Studio XE2 World Tour events in main cities in Poland, yesterday there was the first seminar that was focused primarily on FireMonkey business application ...
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RAD Studio XE2 World Tour: Istanbul (Turkey)

Pawel Glowacki – RAD Studio XE2 World Tour continues! Last week I have been demonstrating FireMonkey, Delphi and RAD Studio XE2 in Istanbul in Turkey. It was such a pleasure to meet enthusiastic developers with tons of questions. In fact that was the second RAD Studio XE2 event organized in Turkey. The first one was ...
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Announcing the RemObjects SDK for Java (“White Lodge”) Beta

RemObjects Blogs – It’s taken a bit longer than expected, but we are happy to announce that today we started the beta program for Project “White Lodge”, also known as RemObjects SDK for Java. If you previously applied for the beta, you should have received email from us today with instructions. Otherwise, you ...
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TOmniValue handles arrays, hashes and records

The Delphi Geek – Arrays For quite some time, TOmniValue record has the ability to store arrays. You would use TOmniValue.Create([1, 2, ’OTL’, TButton.Create(nil)]) and some magic would store this array inside TOmniValue, The problem, though, was that this magic was quite lame. The array was converted to a ...
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XE2 values of mrAll, mrNoToAll, mrYesToAll and mrClose

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – Delphi XE2 has introduced a DFM-breaking change in some (4) of the values of mrXXX constants that are used as ModalResult values for buttons and dialogs, among others. In this blog post I provide a workaround that can prevent some frustration and help you fix this issue in your own projects.
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Allocating 4Gb+ of memory in x64 using Delphi XE2 Update 2: Unofficial fix for QC#100726 …

The Wiert Corner – If you are creating x64 applications using Delphi XE2, have Update 2 installed, and are (potentially) allocating more than 4Gb of memory (QC report 100726), then you need the Unofficial fix for QC#100726, or use the latest version of FastMM (see below). If you use Delphi XE2 (original release) or ...
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