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  1. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.4.2 first impressions

    For me it's just much easier to use TFoo.Create instead of TDictionary<aaa, bbb>.Create. It's shorter this way. Also, this way I can easily find where it's used.
  2. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.4.2 first impressions

    My initial impressions - total crap. I got email notifications about fixed and closed issues, one of them was that debugger does not show the contents of the TList<> anymore. It still doesn't and the workaround to use .list in the debugger window does not work anymore. Also, if I have defined custom TDictionary types, e.g. type TDummyDict = TDictionary<String, TDummy>; and have them in a separate unit, then ctrl+clicking on the TDummyDict leads to System.Generic.Collections and not to the unit where it's defined. This makes it totally unusable for me. I'm glad I didn't delete the 10.4.1 iso. Both issues reported.
  3. Thank you. I was able to get it working by sending the raw mpeg data into the stream as you described. I had to implement the stream throttling as well to match the bitrate of the mp3 file, otherwise the receiver just choked.
  4. Hi, I want to create a simple http server, which would stream binary (audio) data, basically the same way as internet radio's do. I run the curl against some available on the Internet and the way they're doing it seems pretty simple, i.e. they set the content-type:audio/mpeg and then just push the audio stream. How to implement this using TIdHTTPServer? I don't need the exact code, just the explanation on how to do it 🙂 The thing I did is I set the AResponseInfo.ContentStream to the TFileStream in IdHTTPServer1CommandGet and that sent the whole file, but that is not how it should work as this method sets the content-length. As the starting point, just "streaming" one big file would be nice. And then the fun part with the buffering etc. 🙂
  5. Erix A.

    10.4 how to hide project window?

    Thanks, that was it 🙂 I remember I disabled it in previous version and when installing 10.4, I exported all settings and then imported them via the migration tool. Fix was to set Enabled to 1 in registry under "Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Embarcadero\BDS\21.0\Theme"
  6. This one In the previous I could "stick" it to the right side, so it's not shown. In 10.4 it's just there all the time whether I need it or not.
  7. Does it work for you? I cannot move tabs around in the editor in 10.4. It was working fine in 10.3.3 and in older versions as far as I remember.
  8. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3.3 has been released

    Yes, the iso.
  9. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3.3 has been released

    I run the installer (existing version was 10.3.2). It offered to upgrade, modify or to uninstall. I selected modify, it did something which ended up with missing bds.exe, so I run it again, uninstalled that whatever version was there (by leaving the registry) and installed the 10.3.3. All settings were preserved and now I have 10.3.3 running.
  10. Erix A.

    Up-to-date 32 bit libmysql.dll?

    Is this the one - http://cdn.mysql.com/Downloads/Connector-C/mysql-connector-c-6.1.11-win32.msi ?
  11. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Yeah, especially when osx32 takes 9.28 seconds to compile the same project. And osx64 just completed after about 10 minutes with [dccosx64 Fatal Error] F2588 Linker error code: 1 ($00000001). Nice.
  12. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Tried to compile my project for macosx64, but it looks like it got stuck in a loop and is recompiling the same units over and over again.
  13. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Thanks for the help - installing xcode helped. @Uwe Raabe, yep, I'm on subscription.
  14. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    I also deleted and re-added my serial but still cannot get osx64 to compile :( Works fine for osx32, but for osx64 it just prompts to add SDK, After I press OK (with Command Line Tools) nothing happens. All I get is [Error] and Failed in the log.
  15. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Just installed from the delphicbuilder10_3_2_496593b.iso and am getting error when starting 10.3.2 (see attach). I checked macosxdebugide260.bpl dependencies and those 2 are missing from my PC: gdbdebugcore260.bpl gdbdebugide260.bpl The only thing (osx64) I was expecting from 10.3.2 and it's not working 😞
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