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  1. https://blogs.embarcadero.com/6-books-about-delphi-you-should-read/ https://en.delphipraxis.net/topic/10623-good-delphi-learning-sites-for-new-team-member/?tab=comments#comment-84363
  2. Hi there, I want to share some insights, to change the "Release notes" of an already published version, without uploading a new *.AAB version. From time to time you had just uploaded and publishes a new release, but you find some better or more description under the "Whats new" section of the Play Store. You can change this without uploading a new release, which is not so obvious, because this feature is a little hidden and it took some time to reveal its secrets. Here is the current workflow step-by-step: Enter App page in the PlayStore Enter Production tab on the left navigation bar Select Releases tab Click Manage Release on the right-hand side Scroll down to botton "Release Notes" Click "Edit release details" on the right-hand side Edit and Save Thats all, the changes will appear immediately in the PlayStore, without another review. Nice.
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    Delphi and "Use only memory safe languages"

    Yes, underlying hardware issues which could causes by various reasons, from permissions to misbehaving sensors and many more. Since then, I enclose all these features inside a double-protection, to be hoepfully able to catch more of such execeptions.
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    runFullTrust

    I'm not too deep in these topics, but as far as I know, the runFullTrust capability seems to be required: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/packaging/app-capability-declarations#restricted-capabilities, at least for certain permissions or operations:
  5. Perhaps this did the trick: https://en.delphipraxis.net/topic/11151-delphi-and-use-only-memory-safe-languages/?page=5&tab=comments#comment-90366
  6. Yes, they already removed the plugins from the Pro plan. With the tip above you could at least still reach them ( not sure for how long). If you look for prompt design tipps, I haven't looked recently. I think its always good to check current state, since this might change daily. A good start would be at OpenAI's instruction perhaps: https://platform.openai.com/docs/guides/prompt-engineering Here is some interesting training site, how to improve your prompt skills learning by doing, but I doubt this is nothing more than a nice toy for fun: https://experiments.withgoogle.com/say-what-you-see
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    New desktop FMX app - third party controls?

    My recommendation would be, to avoid 3rd Libraries as much as possible. Since FMX on Mobile is very volatile and Android/iOS change significantly every 6 months, it is very important not to rely on additional, possibly unstable, external components. My recommendation would be, to make as much as possible on your own. I can recommend DelphiWorlds-Kastri as a common life-saver, TMS FNC and other TMS components - since they are quite active, but I would still reduce any external reference as much as possible. Moreover, I would not directly try to port a desktop app to mobile. Better to start clean with a mobile-first app and then put your "desktop" functionality back step-by-step.
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    New quality portal for bugs is open

    Do I get this right, no browsing function yet ? Or will this be activated later? So far, this morning, I could find nothing.
  9. Hi there, as you have might have noticed, the ChatGPT PluginStore is already removed and will be completely shut off soon. Winding down the Plugins-Beta Nevertheless, there is still an option to run ChatGPT with Plugins up to now: https://chat.openai.com/?model=gpt-4-plugins Hope that helps anyone.
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    Delphi 11.3 with Android SDK 33

    Yes, you can safely ignore them ( until Google decides to enforce this probably in the future ). I considered that too, but I'm afraid these warning will be hard to remove, because they require certain Android tools, like ProGuard. Not sure if this will be ever included in the Delphi process. One idea, at least for the first warning, was to add a neutral or empty "manifest.txt" file. This might work technically, but on the other hand, the Google Review might see this as an attempt to circumvent or infringe their PlayStore policies, which might put you in bigger troubles. My hope is, that Embarcadero put this onto their roadmap.
  11. Nice list, thanks 👍 You missed these few, probably: https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Parse_command-line_arguments#Delphi https://docwiki.embarcadero.com/Libraries/Alexandria/en/System.SysUtils.FindCmdLineSwitch https://github.com/exilon/QuickLib/blob/d085aa28e5fd65bae766446f5355ec4dc80fae9e/Quick.Commons.pas#L1292 https://wiert.me/2015/05/13/on-the-delphi-tcommandparser-class-for-parsing-command-lines-and-arguments-via-suggestions-for-how-to-define-command-line-parameters-stack-overflow/ https://github.com/jackdp/JPLib/blob/master/Base/JPL.CmdLineParser.pas https://github.com/tokibito/delphi-argparse
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    kuLibrary

    I did, but I would wish a little more screenshots, to understands what is this all about.
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    Regression - Delphi 12 - IsZero()

    Could this have something to do with it? https://blog.marcocantu.com/blog/2023-october-nativeint-weak-alias.html Like Uwe said, a little more code would be nice.
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    Delphi and "Use only memory safe languages"

    More on memory safety, from Marco Cantu. Regarding marketing, what comes into my mind is: Can the memory safety of RadStudio C++ safely assumed to be more improved than standard C++, because it's close relation to its sibling Delphi within the same package? My marketing mind screams: Of course RadStudio C++ is advanced, because the memory safety of RadStudio Delphi rubs off on RadSudio C++. P.S.: "rub-off" is a professional software developer term, that decision-makers in government and elsewhere can easily adapt and understand.
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    Detect click on calendar in TDateTimePicker

    Well, you are so far behind, that you are already far far ahead .... in our cyclic universe
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