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A Blog about the Blog

TMS Software Blog – To our own surprise, over the last years, we have written almost 450 blog articles. That is an amazing amount and most of these blog articles contain valuable technical information and tips about our products. At the same time, we noticed that older blog articles were rarely read and we found ...
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Next generation cross-platform components

TMS Software Blog – Our team is very hard at work to continue to extend and improve our products, extend the documentation and make new demos. We do this on a daily basis to make sure we offer you the best solution for your projects! In 2019 we focused primarily on our FNC framework. Not only improving our ...
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If your tool depends on others, at least search for them…

The Wiert Corner – If you auto-configure, then at least try searching the tools you need: [WayBack] Yeah right Delphi 10.2 Tokyo (for which the shortcut – unlike the Berlin one – does not contain the word Tokyo), they are right on the Windows PATH wher… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+ ...
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Does It Work?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. One question testers get asked on a fairly regular basis, often has loads of unstated questions in it. It also likely has loads of angst contained within it. Let’s look at what might be really getting asked. I think the question I dread most is “Does the ...
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Delphi developer switching to C# – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – Another blast from the past. I’ve been using many development environment all my live, so I have been using .NET very early on allowing me to make a good comparison: [WayBack] Delphi developer switching to C# – Stack Overflow. I have a broad toolbox because we’ve never lived in a ...
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Delphi / Visual Studio build events: xcopy exit code 9009; ensure your PATH indeed includes the Windows directories

The Wiert Corner – If you ever get an exit code 9009 from xcopy like the one below, then try using the full path to xcopy. It should be there, it should not matter, but it does if someone changed your path. [Exec Error] The command " xcopy ....\Shared\DLL\FastMM\FastMM_FullDebugMode.dll .\Win32\Debug\ /y&& ...
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‘Tis The Season…

Te Waka o Delphi – [Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] A short post to let you know that if you were thinking of getting into RemObjects Elements, or are already enjoying it and wish to renew your subscription, now is a particularly great time to do so. At check-out for any purchase use coupon code XMAS19 to get ...
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The intrinsic factory pattern that every Delphi programmer uses

The Wiert Corner – A blast from the past: my 2009 answer to [WayBack] What Design Patterns do you implement in common Delphi programming? – Stack Overflow which is still very much relevant today. TL;DR Every Delphi programmer uses the factory pattern as it is an intrinsic part of how components at design time ...
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Delphi, compiler intrinsics and generic type matching

The Wiert Corner – For my link archive in case I ever need to do Delphi generic type matching on intrinsic types. This will be tricky as you can have typed types like [WayBack] type TDate = type TDateTime since the early Delphi ages. [WayBack] Hi, by using compiler intrinsics, is it possible to check if a generic type ...
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The Partnership of Testing and Checking

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. I recently met software testing consultant James Bach on his visit to India, and I got a chance to talk with him and listen to his opinions and ideas about the art of testing. Not only did it bring me a deeper understanding of the psychology of testing, ...
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