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Friday, 9. August 2019

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Ordering IN()

TPersistent.com – This post is not about DoorDash or SkipTheDishes, it’s about using the Where IN() clause in SQL. Yesterday I thought I had discovered a way to order the inclusion of child records since this StackOverflow answer led me to believe that ordering values in the IN() clause will in fact order the ...
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RAD Studio 10.3.2 Runtime Packages Compatibility Patch Released

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has just released a patch for RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi 10.3.2. The patch is available at: https://cc.embarcadero.com/item/30886 Here are the readme notes: Issue: Applications compiled with RAD Studio 10.3 or 10.3.1 and using runtime packages will ...
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Thursday, 8. August 2019

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NativeInt / NativeUInt type in various Delphi versions – twm’s blog

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to Self (and note that Delphi <= 2007 does not reference NativeInt/NativeUInt in System.pas): [WayBack] NativeInt / NativeUInt type in various Delphi versions – twm’s blog Just in case you are maintaining Delphi code for several older versions of Delphi: Be aware that the ...
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Using PE Flags in Delphi – twm’s blog

The Wiert Corner – For my link archive: [WayBack] Using PE Flags in Delphi – twm’s blog with information about and links to: IMAGE_FILE_REMOVABLE_RUN_FROM_SWAP IMAGE_FILE_NET_RUN_FROM_SWAP IMAGE_FILE_LARGE_ADDRESS_AWARE IMAGE_FILE_RELOCS_STRIPPED [WayBack] 32bit- vs. 64bit-Software – Vorteile/Nachteile ...
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Wednesday, 7. August 2019

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More on new .NET path handling – Jeremy Kuhne’s Blog

The Wiert Corner – When it was at the age natural people are allowed to drive in the USA, the .NET framework behaved far less brain dead handling various (especially long or strange) paths: [WayBack] More on new .NET path handling – Jeremy Kuhne’s Blog. Path handling has frustrated me in many development ...
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Tuesday, 6. August 2019

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GitHub – Purik/AIO: Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi

The Wiert Corner – On my list of things to try: [WayBack] GitHub – Purik/AIO: Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi which are similar to what golang does. Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi. Contribute to Purik/AIO development by creating an account on GitHub. Via [WayBack] What you ...
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Delphi XE2: IDE out of memory problem? Check the library path length

The Wiert Corner – Curious, but somehow shortening the library path solved the problem Alberto had: [WayBack] Hello Everybody, I have an application developed in XE2 (Hot Fix 2 + IDE Fix Pack installed) that has started giving me the “out of memory” error message… – Alberto Paganini – ...
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Sunday, 4. August 2019

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Scrum, Kanban, and ScrumBan: What’s the Difference?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. Agile is a big umbrella that covers a number of different approaches, and there is always scope for more. There are so many flavors because agile is a mindset that allows flexibility in its processes. Two of the more popular approaches are Scrum and ...
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Thursday, 1. August 2019

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Elements Import Recipes

RemObjects Blogs – Some time ago, we've introduced Import Projects to Elements. These let you import a set of C header files for Island and Cocoa. An import project produces an .fx that can be used from a regular Island or Cocoa project, depending on what the import project is targeting. To expand on this, we've ...
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Live Webinar August 6: Best Practices in TestRail Customization

blog.gurock.com – Make TestRail work more efficiently for you. Join this webinar to explore several of the options available to customize TestRail for your needs, including test case templates, test results, system fields, and more. The session will last approximately 50 minutes with opportunities for Q&A. ...
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Source Control, Version Control, Change Control, and the Underlying Disciplines Thereof

Delphi Code Monkey – So, out there in the world of developers, Delphi and others, there are many schools of professionalism, around:Version Control PracticesContinuous Integration PracticesRelease Management and Change ControlsLet's imagine there's a dial from 0 to 10, and at each number on the dial, there's a ...
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Wednesday, 31. July 2019

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IDE Fix Pack 6.4.4 Hotfix for Delphi 10.3.2

Andy's Blog – There was a bug in IDE Fix Pack 6.4.3 for Delphi 10.3.2 that caused the Win32 compiler to crash. The CodeGenMod.Win32.VirtFinalSealed patch didn’t work correctly. Even if the actual patch code doesn’t run without the “-x-fvs=1” compiler command line option extension ...
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New in 10.2.2: Component icons – Community Blogs – Embarcadero Community

The Wiert Corner – A well balanced post that shows what you can attain by thinking in advance and remembering backward compatibility: [WayBack] New in 10.2.2: Component icons – Community Blogs – Embarcadero Community Larger icons can now be in PNG format (future IDE versions will use 128×128 for HiDPI ...
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It’s a blong, blong, blong road…: ‘What if?’ scenario analysis in the CPU window

The Wiert Corner – Patching code at debug-time: [WayBack] It’s a blong, blong, blong road…: ‘What if?’ scenario analysis in the CPU window. Remember: There are dragons Patching too many bytes will kill a kitten and likely your application. Bytes in memory might not be what they seem, especially when ...
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Public and Private Blockchain: What’s the Difference?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Michael G. Solomon PhD CISSP PMP CISM When they hear the term “blockchain,” most people still think of bitcoin. Bitcoin may have started the whole blockchain revolution, but the story doesn’t end there. Many enterprises are exploring blockchain solutions, and many of those ...
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