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Dalija Prasnikar

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  1. Dalija Prasnikar

    The Android 64bit deadline warnings have started

    You can still submit and publish to the store. But when you submit application that does not have 64bit Android support you get warning that your application is not fully compliant with upcoming rules and that you need to fix that to be able to update your application further after the deadline.
  2. Dalija Prasnikar

    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    The only other ideas I have is trying to disable themes - they slow down opening and closing process - https://dalijap.blogspot.com/2019/05/disable-delphi-rio-ide-theme.html And the other culprit is Welcome screen - https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-21973 https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-22257 You can either close Welcome tab and try saving... or rename Welcomepage folder
  3. Dalija Prasnikar

    RadStudio Roadmap 2019

    Also post with comments from product management https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/may-2019-rad-studio-roadmap-commentary-from-product-management
  4. Dalija Prasnikar

    10.3.1 has been released

    Different people have different issues. For me and my eyesight not using any dark theme is imperative. After only few minutes of looking at dark themed IDE or web site I experience colored visual artifacts similar to those when you look at bright light. After 10-15 minutes I can no longer read anything dark theme or light theme and I need hour or two to recover.
  5. There was an answer andout activating XE license with basically the same response from Embarcadero as posted here by @cupwalker posted 20 hours ago there... it is deleted now because it was not an answer...
  6. Dalija Prasnikar

    FastMM4 and False Positives

    Problem with TComponent (and subsequently its descendants) is that it implements interfaces but has reference counting disabled in _AddRef and _Release methods so it can be used like regular class. However, people often forget that in such cases _AddRef and _Release calls even though they don't do any counting will still be inserted by compiler and called for any interface reference to such object instance. So if there is alive interface reference to the object after calling Free that interface reference will contain dangling pointer and when such interface goes out of scope _Release will be called on already nuked object. While you may get away with such call without FastMM debugging mode, if it is turned on it will correctly identify the problem. Simple test case that will blow with FastMM in debug mode procedure TestComponent; var Comp: TComponent; Intf: IInterface; begin Comp := TComponent.Create(nil); Intf := Comp; Comp.Free; end;
  7. Dalija Prasnikar

    quality.embarcadero.com down?

    It works for me, but I am already logged in. Embaradero had some problems with servers this weekend and this is maybe some residual effect. Issues should be solved now, but if you still have problems maybe you should contact Embarcadero letting them know not everything works as expected.
  8. First, this sounds like premature optimization. Yes it is 6 times slower, but you are talking about milliseconds for huge number of objects. Next, if you really need to optimize for speed, you can completely remove getter and setter methods. That is the beauty of Delphi - it does not need them at all and you can freely add getter and setter methods later on (if needed) without breaking the public API. Inline approach can solve the immediate problem, but keep in mind that inline directive is just recommendation for the compiler and under some circumstances such methods will not get inlined (though compiler will give you hint in those cases). Essentially you are writing a whole a lot of code for nothing.
  9. Dalija Prasnikar

    Jumping to methods via procedure list does not expand region

    If you care about quality it does not really matter where the bug was reported. What matters is that people who need to know are aware of the bug.
  10. Dalija Prasnikar

    Git UI tools

    It is not what you wrap, but how you wrap it. There were some issues with SourceTree related both to embedded version of Git and GUI itself. I don't know all the details, but the latest version works fine again, and yes it was never really lightning fast.
  11. Dalija Prasnikar

    Jumping to methods via procedure list does not expand region

    Nitpicking... at least you can jump...
  12. Dalija Prasnikar

    The Android 64bit deadline warnings have started

    Can't argue that... Problem is that expansion to other platforms started as customers request. If we all knew then what we know now, maybe things would play out differently.... on the other hand, maybe not... when you have need to support other platforms and your toolset does not have them, you have to find some that does... when you start moving away, sometimes you may be inclined to move away completely. Also, development team shrinking process happened after expansion to other platforms... Quite unexpectedly, if I may say, because at that point it should have been obvious that more platforms means more work and more work requires more people, not less. We can argue here until the end of the world, but how can you argue anything when actual events (decisions) defy all logic. For all we know, maybe even without additional platforms Windows side would be in similar position as it is now.
  13. Dalija Prasnikar

    The Android 64bit deadline warnings have started

    Lack of resources, maybe... they have to provide proper support for platforms they have expanded to, Apple and Google have their requirements and their own toolsets and don't care much about other people's problems - with notable exceptions - but again only when it is in their own interest. In that light... Windows can wait for any improvements, regardless of how many customers would actually benefit from better Windows support.
  14. Dalija Prasnikar

    The Android 64bit deadline warnings have started

    Maybe somebody at Unity didn't have to ask because there is huge number of Unity Android games with large distributions out there. Google knows what kinds of applications they host and how many don't support 64bit.
  15. Dalija Prasnikar

    The Android 64bit deadline warnings have started

    How is poll going to help? Whatever Embarcadero has planed, it is far too late to make any meaningful rescheduling.
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