TPersistent.com – If you’ve maintained a piece of software for any length of time, then surely you know that at some point decisions made in the past are no longer valid, or maybe have proven to be poor decisions over time, and you need to do some cleanup. Delphi has been around long enough that it is showing signs that a cleanup is required. One example is all the duplication of project and build settings between the DPROJ and DPK files. A clear violation of the DRY principle. Then there are new features, or changes implemented without considering the results. I think Uwe would agree that the change ...
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