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Kryvich last won the day on August 27

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  1. Kryvich

    No marker for modified source files

    @chkaufmann I will not mind if they take my idea and embed it in the IDE.
  2. Kryvich

    No marker for modified source files

    Try Status Bars.
  3. Kryvich

    formatting HTML code

    I think most of these online formatters use HTML Tidy internally.
  4. Kryvich

    August 2019 Roadmap released

    @Markus Kinzler You're right. The site is not accessible from several providers in my country, but is accessible when I use a foreign VPN. Very strange.
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    August 2019 Roadmap released

    403 Forbidden ( https://community.idera.com site unavailable )
  6. @Remy Lebeau It was a simplified snippet to highlight the problem. In my code I tried to use a repeat-until statement instead of a label and a goto statement. This statement is intended to direct an execution back to the top of code block in a special case. Now I add a control variable to bypass the check. repeat var DoRepeat := False; ... if ... then begin ... if ... then begin DoRepeat := True; Continue; end; ... end; ... until not DoRepeat;
  7. @Uwe Raabe Thank you. Although in my shining new Delphi 10.3.2 the wording is a little different: Moreover, in the IDE a little green arrow behind Continue suggests that the control flow will go to the beginning of the cycle.
  8. I encountered a strange behavior when using the Continue procedure in a repeat statement. The simplified snippet: program RepContinue; {$APPTYPE CONSOLE} {$R *.res} var i: Integer; begin i := 5; repeat Writeln(i); Dec(i); if i > 0 then Continue; until True; Readln; end. It was expected that this program will print 5 numbers: "5 4 3 2 1". But in fact, it stops immediately after “5”. Is it a compiler error, or is it the way it should be?
  9. Kryvich

    Delphi not responding to errors..

    Check Build configuration in your project (Debug, Release). In a new project the build configuration is Debug by default. Then check Runtime errors settings for the current configuration in Project options | Building | Delphi compiler | Compiling. There is good reason to have all three settings (I/O, overflow, range checking) enabled for any type of Build configuration.
  10. Kryvich

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    On my computer IDE Fix Pack showed 2 errors: And this: So for me it was needed to disable two patches: Variable name: IDEFixPack.DisabledPatches Variable Value: "CodeGenMod.Win32.FastFuncProlog";"VCL.Styles.StyleUtils" After this the messages are gone.
  11. Kryvich

    10.3.1 has been released

    When removing say "NO" to "Do you want to remove all Embarcadero RAD Studio 10.3 entries from your registry?"
  12. Kryvich

    10.3.1 has been released

    @mijn Same here. But I saved IDE settings before updating using Migration tool. So I still hope to install Delphi 10.3.1 without reinstalling all components. P.S. I uninstalled Delphi 10.3 and installed Delphi 10.3.1. All components are here. Only IDE Fix Pack had to be reinstalled.
  13. Try overloaded functions function pass(aRec: TMyRecord1): Boolean; overload; function pass(aRec: TMyRecord2): Boolean; overload; ...
  14. @Stefan Glienke Just checked your suggestion, brilliantly! proc := fld.GetValue(TabSet1).AsType<TWndMethod>(); No compiler errors.