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Delphi 2010 RTTI Contexts: how they work, and a usage note

Entropy Overload – Delphi 2010 includes extended support for RTTI, also known as run-time type info or reflection. Many design approaches that have previously only been possible with managed languages like C# and Java because of the code annotation and introspection they required should now be possible in the Delphi world. Something somewhat interesting about how the RTTI works is its approach to object pools. Delphi isn't a garbage collected language, so users need to be careful to free objects when they're no longer needed, either explicitly, or by designing or using some kind of ownership scheme, such as ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Barry Kelly @ 2010-01-07 20:59

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