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  1. 3 points
    In my opinion, the best solution is to use jedi.inc and then IFDEF against features (SUPPORTS_OVERLOAD, SUPPORTS_GENERICS, HAS_UNIT_VCL_THEMES ...) and not against Delphi versions.
  2. 2 points
    If possible - often enough you ifdef because of bugs or workarounds. I usually ifdef using the defines from jedi.inc and put a comment to the reported issue that I ifdef for.
  3. 1 point
    The dxGetText installer available from SourceForge has been quite outdated for a while. Via this StackOverflow answer I got this link, where somebody actually went through the trouble to update the tools and create ... https://blog.dummzeuch.de/2018/12/02/using-dxgettext-on-windows-10/
  4. 1 point
    Custom VCL, VCL/WinAPI components and Delphi class/procedure libraries, consultation on Delphi/WinAPI programming. http://greatisprogramming.com/#custom
  5. 1 point
    I have just uploaded the second beta version of GExperts 1.3.12 for Delphi 10.3 Rio. NOTE: This is still a BETA! Also note that this is for Delphi 10.3 Rio only. It won’t work with any other versions. Beware of bugs, e.g. the Goto-Dialog enhancements still cause redraw problems if theming is enabled. But many bugs from the first beta have been fixed. Please report any bugs on SourceForge. Also note, that I have not yet tested the installer as I don’t have a fresh Delphi 10.3 installation for that test. https://blog.dummzeuch.de/2018/12/01/gexperts-1-3-12-beta-2-for-delphi-10-3-rio-available/
  6. 1 point
    Did you know that you can edit binary files inside the IDE? Just open a binary file in the IDE and you get a simple HEX editor.
  7. 1 point
    @Dalija Prasnikar in the "Platform Status" says that it's Android 5 (API 21) http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/PlatformStatus/en/Main_Page
  8. 1 point
    There are two API levels in manifest (actually, there is another one, but not important) - minSdkVersion and targetSdkVesrion minSdkVersion marks minimum API required by application and it will not run on Android devices with API lower than specified targetSdkVersion marks highest supported API level by application - that means Android will not use any compatibility mode when running on devices with specified or lower API. If you run application on device with higher API level, OS will use compatibility mode for newly introduced API features. Tokyo 10.2.3 (and previous versions) by default had both API levels set to 14. Rio 10.3 changed that and minimum API level is now 19 and target is 26. That means devices with Android version lover that 19 will no longer be able to run applications built with Rio. Conclusion: Delphi application compiled with Rio can by default run on any device with API 19 or higher.
  9. 1 point
    Hi Andrea, Thank you for quick feedback and a perfect solution! Always nice to get first class feedback from the author 🙂 Best regards, Bjørn
  10. 1 point
    Thanks. Already did that as this is the only person I knew with both Delphi and Chrome experience. Didn't receive any answers from him yet. Not sure he has the time or ability to help but who know...
  11. 1 point
    Thank you for your feedback. I can confirm that HelpNDoc's download page and setup EXE was cleared by Google yesterday, after our third review request and more than 48 hours blockage. We didn't get any explanation as to what was problematic in the first place and Google's recommended Virus Total web-site didn't even report anything problematic with dozens of anti-viruses. As mentioned by spwolf, this Google decision blocks every users from Chrome AND Firefox (as they are using the same database) from downloading the software and accessing the download page, showing a scary red "malware detected" page instead. It doesn't help the software vendor understanding what is wrong in any ways. Here is how Google (bots!) handled this issue: On the 30th of November 10:09 GMT, we received multiple alerts from Google webmaster console that "Malicious or unwanted software were detected" on our company (ibe-software.com) and software (helpndoc.com) pages. It didn't include any explicit instructions or details about the problem and by browsing through the help pages, it was mentioned that VirusTotal.com was a trusted source for Google bots We confirmed that everything was fine with the download (MD5 + VirusTotal check) and immediately requested for a review 3 hours later, the review failed for helpndoc.com only. This was the exact same message without any additional information. No news from ibe-software.com requests. We made some changes based on user supported Google webmaster forums such as removing redirects to CDN, creating a new release (re-build, re-package, re-sign...) and therefore changing the file name... and requested another review 6 hours later, the review finally came back and was successful for ibe-software.com, which linked to the exact same file. 24 hours later, the review failed again for helpndoc.com yet is was clear for ibe-software.com. Once again, there wasn't any explanation from Google's automated e-mail message We had to wait another 24 hours for the third review on helpndoc.com to succeed and we do not even know why! As we were clueless and it impacted multiple software vendors, we were able to make the following observations. Perhaps this could help other software vendors in case this happens again (fingers crossed): The installer doesn't seem to be the problem: we are using Inno Setup but other reports suggest that other installers were impacted as well (Wise, nullsoft) The code signing certificate doesn't seem to be the problem: we are using a recently renewed Comodo code signing certificate and have came across other applications using Comodo without this problem, and other applications using other certificate issuers with the same problem The programming language COULD be the problem: we are using Delphi 10.1 Berlin and it looks like most applications are written using Delphi. Another impacted software vendor is using C++ Builder Web-site technology such as SSL, redirections... doesn't seem to be the problem: only the download file is marked as malware (and therefore the pages linking to it) while Virus Total confirms that the download is fine Here is the "most official" thread for this problem. Other software vendors are still waiting to get cleared: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/webmasters/CThwZ6Oq9Ck;context-place=starred I fully understand that false positive happens from time to time and this wouldn't be such as problem if it only impacted some anti-virus software. But it is important to keep in mind that this decision from Google was blocking all users from Chrome and Firefox, which currently represents more than 71% of our trafic! I believe that software vendors should be concerned about this hegemonic Google situation. If you have any contact at Google, it might be worth raising this issue or talk about it to other software vendors to be able to better fight Google bots decisions in the future. Thanks to anyone who tried to help here, on Facebook or the Google thread.
  12. 1 point
    Please fix IDE bugs! We have new icons Please fix IDE bugs! There is barely working dark theme Please fix IDE bugs!!! Now light IDE theme is broken too. I don't mind UI improvements, but IMO this were the wrong ones. I should probably say - I would not have anything against visual UI changes as long as they work properly. Visual changes are (should be) easier to implement than fixing some deeper IDE issues. But, currently IDE is falling apart left and right. Just because it looks better (depending on how you define better - my eyes cannot stand bluish theme for more than 10 minutes) it does not mean that it works better or is more usable.
  13. 1 point
    The intention behind "I made this" is to give community-members a place to present and discuss their projects. This sub-forum is not a place for commercial advertising - advertisements will be deleted.
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