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  1. @Rollo62, You don't have to register to download, use git clone or click the Download Zip link as illustrated above by Markus.
  2. Strongly agreed, I still compile my programs as win32.
  3. 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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    How do you organize units, forms?

    Agree with @PeterBelow, good naming conventions + GExpert's Procedure List (or CNPack's counterpart) + MMX are enough to achieve quick method navigation.
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    Best delphi so far?

    POV1: D7 is the last non-.net IDE D2007 is the last non-unicode edition, but will a lot of language features added D2009 is the first unicode edition. When was FMX/Linux added? POV2: Check the 'Downloads' column of the statistics data of Andy's IDEFixPack POV3: List of Delphi language features and version in which they were introduced/deprecated
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    FmxLinux bundling with Delphi and RAD Studio

    I think it's good for the reach of FmxLinux, as long as KSDev keeps it as their own property, so that the product's development will be kept healthy as is. But if EMBT buys also the IP, I believe it's a bad thing for FmxLinux and its current customer.
  7. It's useful, Thank you Thomas!
  8. You can only read it online but not download it, right?
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    A YAML Library for Delphi

    When I'm reading the YAML introduction part of your article, I map its syntax to JSON, and mostly notice the differences, it's so easy to understand this way! And what another GREAT and useful library you (and the grijjy team) have created! As far as I know, this is the first open source Pasal/Delphi library for manipulating YAML.
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    Jedi - Git => SVN?

    That was correct some years ago, but now you have to remove the '.git' postfix, and append '/trunk' if you want to checkout the trunk only.
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    Jedi - Git => SVN?

    In your Bash terminal, cd your working folder, and execute 'git pull origin master', that's all. I'd suggest GitExtensions, and execute it's 'Pull' menu command.
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    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    I don't think so. I have the experience that the packages got re-enabled later even I disabled it without any project being opened. And as opposed to modifying/removing Registry entries, I think renaming the .bpl files seems to be more 'recoverable', because the filenames are obvious and meaningful.
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    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Well, actually I did, no link directly to a document, but only forum discussions. Never mind though.
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    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Just checked, those 4 files are named as following in my system: dclbindcomp180_RenamedByEdwin.bpl dclbindcompdbx180_RenamedByEdwin.bpl dclbindcompfmx180_RenamedByEdwin.bpl dclbindcompvcl180_RenamedByEdwin.bpl :D
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    Saving a large project takes soooo Loooonnnnggg..

    Interesting approach! Maybe the OP should try it, But I failed to find document about that function.
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