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Friday, 8. June 2018

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Melbourne Meeting – June 2018

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 18th June at 6 for 6:15pm start. Continuing on with our Multi Threading theme from last month we have Jarrod Hollingworth presenting a master class in advanced threading: Topics will include: – Demonstrate the new Delphi parallel library (parallel for loop, tasks run in thread pool, ...
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Thursday, 7. June 2018

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One more reason to have an ARC win32 compiler: tracking down memory leaks efficiently

The Wiert Corner – One of the reasons it is so hard to write ARC a compatible source base is that there is no Delphi ARC win32 compiler. So you have to debug your memory issues using the remote debugging capabilities which – besides very slow – are unstable at best. This is the number 1 reason I have been ...
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The Economics of Self-Publishing a Technical Book.

Delphi-losophy – I’m a big Medium fan and subscriber.  There’s a lot of great writing there.  I recently came across this article,  The Economics of Writing a Technical Book, and read it with great interest.  Having written three books of my own, I thought I’d write a bit about my experience with ...
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Wednesday, 6. June 2018

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High DPI Patches For Delphi | The Art of Delphi Programming

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self to install the [WayBack] High DPI Patches For Delphi | The Art of Delphi Programming from the [WayBack] download zip. –jeroen Via: [WayBack] Some things just need their time: – Uwe Raabe – Google+
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WWDC 2018 and You

RemObjects Blogs – While my friend and colleague Peter has got an excellent general recap of WWDC2018 for you, I wanted to briefly touch on the aspects of what was announced on Monday that might matter to you as a user of our products. Compatibility As far as I can tell, our products are fully compatible with iOS 12 ...
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WWDC 2018 Recap

RemObjects Blogs – Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference is underway in San Jose, California this week. The company announced Monday the next generation of operating systems that power its devices, including iOS 12, macOS 10.14, tvOS 12 and watchOS 5. There's lots of good stuff to catch up on that will make the next ...
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FastMM4 FullDebugMode Setup Guide

The Programming Works – Download the latest FastMM4 release; currently it is version 4.992 Copy the precompiled FullDebugMode dll’s from the downloaded archive to the folders where Windows can find them. I recommend to do the following: Manually create ‘c:\Software’ folder (or name the folder as you ...
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Delphi 10.2 Tokyo: they did not fix the broken documentation tab in 10.2.2 2004, but it is an “easy” fix to do yourself

The Wiert Corner – Since the fix is on the forums server (singular!) and that one tends to be squirrel driven lately, here it is in full via [WayBack] I see they didn’t fix the broken documentation tab in 10.2.2 2004 (professional). It’s not a show stopper but a nuisance to fix oneself. And for new dev… ...
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The 7 Sins of Unit Testing

blog.gurock.com – The debate over the merits of unit testing has raged for the better part of two decades. But it’s no stalemate. The tide has moved steadily toward an industry that more or less, for the most part, agrees that unit testing is a good thing to do. By and large, this is a good thing for the state ...
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Tuesday, 5. June 2018

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Delphi versions that can convert .bpg to .groupproj files

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self: extend the below very incomplete list of Delphi versions that can open a Borland Project Group file with extension .bpg (from the Delphi <= 7 era) and convert it to an XML based Group Project file with extension .grouproj (from the Delphi >= 2007 era). Delphi 2007 Notes: ...
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Monday, 4. June 2018

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Introducing (very late!) XtraLiteTemplates for .NET (4.5+ and Core 2.0+)

Yet Another Programming Blog – Well, to begin, this is not a new project – I have developed most of it during the end of 2015 with occasional fixes and new features along the way (recently added support for DLR and dynamic objects). But, in the great tradition of the “blogger” I feel obligated to share my baby ...
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High DPI Patches For Delphi

The Art of Delphi Programming – It took quite a while, but finally I have come to an agreement with Embarcadero that enables me to publish my High DPI Patches for Delphi 10.2 Tokyo Update 3. The impatient among my readers can download the zip file directly from here:  High DPI Patches, but please try to hold back until you have ...
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Saturday, 2. June 2018

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Rate limiting an Azure queue

Yet Another Programming Blog – In my previous post (“Singleton” Azure Functions) I offered a tip on how to set up an Azure function to serve as a system-wide “singleton”. One of the use cases I was looking for was to set up a service to act as a “broker between two Service Bus queues“. I will ...
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Friday, 1. June 2018

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“Unknown function at TMethodImplementationIntercept”

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self: when you get Unknown function at TMethodImplementationIntercept in a Delphi stack trace from the Exception.StackTrace property: Copy the .MAP or .TDS files to directory of your EXE. Via: [WayBack] 0006512: jcl-2.7.0.5676/Delphi XE7: StackTrackExample not working – Project ...
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Thursday, 31. May 2018

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Vulnerability Assessments vs. Pen Testing: Which Should You Choose?

blog.gurock.com – The terms “vulnerability assessment” and “penetration testing” are often confusing. In many conversations, the terms are either used interchangeably or perceived that one is a subset of the other. Although these two activities can partially overlap, they are distinct activities, and each has its ...
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