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    MAP2PDB - Profiling with VTune

    Thanks for the info. Just downloaded AMD uProf and the installer supports Windows 7 (but haven't tried it yet) ;)
  2. And here is the link of the github project: Wasm by marat1961. @Arnaud Bouchez ;) Just in case you didn't know, WASM is a subject of JavaScript that's optimized for speed and cross-platform.
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    MAP2PDB - Profiling with VTune

    Thanks! And realized it needs Win 10 and above ;)
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    MAP2PDB - Profiling with VTune

    Another great job done by @Anders Melander (apart from the drag-and-drop component suite)! Another has a download link to the standalone VTune Profiler? I want to avoid downloading the 3.3GB oneAPI toolkit....
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    MAP2PDB - Profiling with VTune

    Maybe price? ;)
  6. This open source project basically can replace dcef3 or cef4delphi (for embedding the Chromium browser into your program), but the size is much smaller - 6mb zipped. I guess not everyone in the English community knows about it since it's hosted in the Chinese version of github :D https://gitee.com/LangjiApp/Wke4Delphi Basically it's a Delphi wrapper for: https://github.com/weolar/miniblink49
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    Introducing Delphi Uses Helper

    Sounds very helpful but I'm out of luck with my old IDE...
  8. mORMot never ceases to surprise me ;) Mike, can you share your benchmarking code on github?
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    Waiting for multiple threads

    No problem. Human's language is sometimes ambiguous, the Pascal language is not, fortunately.
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    Waiting for multiple threads

    @Dalija Prasnikar, I don't follow your reasoning. As you said, my advise of not accessing a global TEvent variable is to gain flexibility, but not thread-safety - the thread-safety has been provided by TEvent which is a 'sync object'. So I really don't understand why you said the advise is wrong while you agree on the effects of the advise...
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    Waiting for multiple threads

    I think this the standard and easy way. But don't forget to pass the TEvent object to each threads, avoid accessing any global vars in anywhere including inside the a thread.
  12. Came across TCodeEdit, which seems to be an independently developed syntax highlight editor.
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    Add support for High-DPI gdiScaling

    The following is a Microsoft article that explains GDI Scaling very well: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsdeveloper/2017/05/19/improving-high-dpi-experience-gdi-based-desktop-apps/
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    Add support for High-DPI gdiScaling

    This is a very well consolidated table! Care to share the source of the (excel?) file?
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    ANN: StyleControls VCL v. 4.79 is released!

    See by evidence, StyleControls and the developers behind it are just great. I requested a new feature and they implemented it. See the email attached. And such things have been happened many times ;) I'm not associated with almdev but just a satisfied customer :)
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    Thanks! Yes, Blend, Merge and Combine, these are the most confusing part!
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    @Anders Melander, I agree, and I appreciate the versatility , flexibility and performance provided by gr32! In addition to the alpha compositing link, would you list other low level principles required to better use GR32? Thanks!
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    And I greatly appreciate that!
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    @angusj, thanks for the very informative reply! Can somehow Image32/Graphics32 work together, for someone who mainly uses gr32 but needed a feature from Image32 but missing from gr32? If not, do you have such a plan in the future?
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    Aside from the insightful info, wow! This is my new year gift. I have been using the gr32 group as the main reference many years ago but somehow I lost the access and my local copy, and somehow the server set in my Thunderbird was wrongly set to gr32.org instead of the correct one - graphics32.org, not sure what happened, maybe there was an domain name change or something like that... Now I'm downloading the 13,000+ threads to my local computer to keep the archive ;)
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    It's Angus's decision and he can do whatever he wants...Although I also wished he continued with gr32... No, I didn't, you must evaluate them and make the choice... sourceforge.net is a collaboration platform and anybody can contribute. I know nothing about if Angus is tough or not :D
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    I haven't checked Image32 in depth, but I compiled and run all the demos and glimpsed the documents, here is my incomplete initial feeling: While not as feature-rich as gr32, Image32 already includes a solid foundation for imaging viewing/blending/manipulation, polygon drawing, text drawing, and so on. IIRC one of the demo which allows mouse drag-and-drop to resize/change perspective and it's more responsive than a demo of gr32 (note, this doesn't imply it's slower for faster, but just a memory of mine...) I want more layer features from Image32... Just FYI.
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    What is the future roadmap of Graphics32 ?

    FYI: I've asked Angus Johnson the author of Image32 the why he started Image32 instead of contributing to Graphics32, he pointed me to a public page which had the answer (but no longer exist): he had been contributed to GR32 for many years, and later concluded thta since the code base of GR32 is huge and he'd move faster by starting everything new.
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    Free EurekaLog license drawing

    Took the survey :)
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    smooth scaling of bitmaps

    Graphics32
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