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January 2014

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DUnitX has a Wizard!

VSoft Technologies – Thanks to a contribution from Robert Love, DUnitX now sports a shiny new IDE Wizard for creating Test projects and Test Units.  Before you install and use the wizard, there is one thing I recommend you do. In your Delphi IDE, add and Environment variable DUNITX and point it at your copy of the ...
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November 2013

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Integrating DUnitX Unit Testing with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Continua CI includes support for running and reporting on Unit Tests, in this post we will take a look at running DUnitX Unit Tests. If you not familiar with DUnitX, it's a newish Delphi Unit Test framework, I blogged about it recently.  I'm not going to cover how to get up and running in ...
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Integrating DUnitX Unit Testing with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Continua CI includes support for running and reporting on Unit Tests, in this post we will take a look at running DUnitX Unit Tests. If you not familiar with DUnitX, it's a newish Delphi Unit Test framework, I blogged about it recently.  I'm not going to cover how to get up and running in ...
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October 2013

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A Simple IoC Container for Delphi

VSoft Technologies – When working on DUnitX recently, I wanted a simple IoC container for internal use, and didn't want to add any external dependencies to the project. So I wrote my own. My container implementation only does IoC, it does not (and nor will it ever) do dependency injection. If you need Dependency ...
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A Simple IoC Container for Delphi

VSoft Technologies – When working on DUnitX recently, I wanted a simple IoC container for internal use, and didn't want to add any external dependencies to the project. So I wrote my own. My container implementation only does IoC, it does not (and nor will it ever) do dependency injection. If you need Dependency ...
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September 2013

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Introducing DUnitX - A Unit Test Framework for Delphi

VSoft Technologies – But, we have DUnit.... Unit Testing in Delphi is not new, the DUnit framework has been around for many years. So why create a new unit test framework? My motivation for creating a new framework was partially frustration with the confusion over DUnit, DUnit2 and who was maintaining DUnit? ...
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Introducing DUnitX - A Unit Test Framework for Delphi

VSoft Technologies – But, we have DUnit.... Unit Testing in Delphi is not new, the DUnit framework has been around for many years. So why create a new unit test framework? My motivation for creating a new framework was partially frustration with the confusion over DUnit, DUnit2 and who was maintaining DUnit? ...
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August 2013

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Building Delphi projects with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Delphi versions 2007 or later include MSBuild support. This means that you can (in theory at least) use MSBuild to build your Delphi Projects. I say "in theory" because in reality your milage may vary. The MSbuild support has improved somewhat since D2007. There are still issues relating to IDE bugs ...
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Building Delphi projects with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Delphi versions 2007 or later include MSBuild support. This means that you can (in theory at least) use MSBuild to build your Delphi Projects. I say "in theory" because in reality your milage may vary. The MSbuild support has improved somewhat since D2007. There are still issues relating to IDE bugs ...
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November 2012

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Introducing Delphi Mocks

VSoft Technologies – Delphi has had Unit Testing support (in the form of DUnit) for many years, but until now there very little in the way of Automatic Mocking. By contrast the .NET and Java worlds have plenty of mocking frameworks to choose from.  So what are Automatic Mocks anyway? Simply put, they are mock ...
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Introducing Delphi Mocks

VSoft Technologies – Delphi has had Unit Testing support (in the form of DUnit) for many years, but until now there very little in the way of Automatic Mocking. By contrast the .NET and Java worlds have plenty of mocking frameworks to choose from.  So what are Automatic Mocks anyway? Simply put, they are mock ...
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June 2010

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The quest for the perfect publish/subscribe mechanism in Delphi

VSoft Technologies – FinalBuilder's IDE is message driven. When you select an action in an actionlist for example, the actionlist view publishes a message to which other parts of the IDE can subscribe. The publish/subscribe mechanism used in the IDE has gone through a few revisions over the years, in the quest for the ...
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The quest for the perfect publish/subscribe mechanism in Delphi

VSoft Technologies – FinalBuilder's IDE is message driven. When you select an action in an actionlist for example, the actionlist view publishes a message to which other parts of the IDE can subscribe. The publish/subscribe mechanism used in the IDE has gone through a few revisions over the years, in the quest for the ...
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March 2010

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WeakRefence in Delphi - solving circular interface references

VSoft Technologies – Using interfaces and reference counting in Delphi works great for the most part. Its a feature I use a lot, I'm a big fan of using interfaces to tightly control what parts of a class a consumer has access to. But, there is one big achillies heel with reference counting in Delphi, you cannot keep ...
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WeakRefence in Delphi - solving circular interface references

VSoft Technologies – Using interfaces and reference counting in Delphi works great for the most part. Its a feature I use a lot, I'm a big fan of using interfaces to tightly control what parts of a class a consumer has access to. But, there is one big achillies heel with reference counting in Delphi, you cannot keep ...
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