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  1. Yellow, Never pondered what happen when memory gets fragmented. Bit hard to test maybe. But if there would be easy way, could give good info of performance when environment is in challenging state. https://johnnysswlab.com/faster-hash-maps-binary-trees-etc-through-data-layout-modification/ -Tee-
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    Unit dependency viwer

    For some reason lot of units show on top of each other. Even if fixed, would be handy to have some hint, to give some info on the unit while hovering over, with maybe bigger font (Normal UI font), if zoomed to very small, then could check colored ones.... etc... Also this island at top left is bit strange.
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    Unit dependency viwer

    Very nice. Hope you continue to make it better. For one I would not need "relaxed search" from the Graph. Like type search 'settings custom' Would give me all units from the graph that would match those words. Like the Delphi Search for units... (Ctrl + F12). You can put everything you just remember the unit you are looking for. Because there is huge number of unis in big projects, and finding from the Graph (without filtering) just my 0.02€... Very good. Thanks. -Tee-
  4. Yellow, Stumbled upon these: https://github.com/YWtheGod/ZSTD4Delphi https://github.com/DenisAnisimov/ZSTD.pas No idea will they work and so, if someone has need and/or interest, here you are... -Tee- Benchmarks For reference, several fast compression algorithms were tested and compared on a server running Arch Linux (Linux version 5.5.11-arch1-1), with a Core i9-9900K CPU @ 5.0GHz, using lzbench, an open-source in-memory benchmark by @inikep compiled with gcc 9.3.0, on the Silesia compression corpus. Compressor name Ratio Compression Decompress. zstd 1.4.5 -1 2.884 500 MB/s 1660 MB/s zlib 1.2.11 -1 2.743 90 MB/s 400 MB/s brotli 1.0.7 -0 2.703 400 MB/s 450 MB/s zstd 1.4.5 --fast=1 2.434 570 MB/s 2200 MB/s zstd 1.4.5 --fast=3 2.312 640 MB/s 2300 MB/s quicklz 1.5.0 -1 2.238 560 MB/s 710 MB/s zstd 1.4.5 --fast=5 2.178 700 MB/s 2420 MB/s lzo1x 2.10 -1 2.106 690 MB/s 820 MB/s lz4 1.9.2 2.101 740 MB/s 4530 MB/s lzf 3.6 -1 2.077 410 MB/s 860 MB/s snappy 1.1.8 2.073 560 MB/s 1790 MB/s
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    Call for Delphi 12 Support in OpenSource projects.

    Was just thinking, Can anyone figure out why Embarcadero could/would/should not publish rtl, compiler etc versions and codename for the beta, just as they include first outsider to the beta test? Those things are not that big of an secret. or allow publishing trivial work done with beta versions. Like the packages or support for IDE plugins (with some limitations maybe??). -Tee-
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    Call for Delphi 12 Support in OpenSource projects.

    I get the points raised. But if you are in not under NDA, making a guess what defines you might need to tweak into .inc file or put into the package, can't violate the NDA. If you are under NDA and just publish packages and/or project files etc, Emba would shoot them self to the foot if they would enforce it in that case, IMHO. But seen stupider things done, so never know 😄 Problem of the NDA is, I assume, that you can't even ask for help, from lets say, how to add D12 support for the Jcl. But I might be cunning and ask how did you make support for the D11,x And try to duplicate the process. And this is kind of funny, because everyone knows few people that has D12 beta, and are under NDA most likely. And Embarcadero it self leaks that information. But person can't say anything and has to dance around. I understand that there must be some kind of limitations under beta, but making things too tight sure puts everyone in beta in position that they have to do more work that they should. Also most likely can't test everything that they would like to, But this is just pointless rambling because it will not affect the company policy for sure... -Tee-
  7. Yellow, Now that there is "Public" Beta of Delphi 12. ( https://blogs.embarcadero.com/delphi-supports-android-api-33-via-yukon-beta/ ) Some OSS component/library supporters have already made "Educated guess" what there need to be done to support D12, making packages and so. If possible/time/willing to make such a guess, please do, I think it would make everyone's job easier to test the Beta, since almost all of products made with Delphi, use some kind of Open source libs. I think it would just help all people in beta, even if maintainer would not be. In some cases making packages are trivial thing, but quite waste of time if everyone in Beta will do it themselves. Like the great folks maintaining: https://github.com/EtheaDev/SVGIconImageList https://github.com/skia4delphi/skia4delphi (Just to mention two I've noticed) -Tee-
  8. Ah, And forgot that this forum won't let me edit after some time period. Never understood why. Maybe someone at past has been D**K HEAD abusing the edit functionality. Would be better to kick those out, than not been able to correct typos and mistakes, or give more info to the initial message, if problem has been solved. But I digress..
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    What makes code not to compile

    Emit Runtime type information for Debug build was on.
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    What makes code not to compile

    [dcc32 Error] Img32.pas(605): E2217 Published field 'id' not a class or interface type Maybe there is compiler setting for that... Try to find again...,
  11. Rephrased in comments and in Jira, user can't edit it so...
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    What makes code not to compile

    Code that builds in one project fails in other. TResamplerObj = class id: integer; name: string; func: TResamplerFunction; end; if I and public-keyword after class() it'll build TResamplerObj = class public id: integer; name: string; func: TResamplerFunction; end; I've never seen behaviour like this. First of all usually there is strict private/private keyword. But the code should build, because it'll do so in other projects. -Tee-
  13. To make sure that none Abbreviated versions creep in. If it is your cup of tee. -Tee-
  14. https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-42119?filter=18708 Add hint/warning/error setting for use of Abbreviated compiler directives. I know most of you won't care too much of this. When you come across code that has lot of abbreviated compiler directives is very hard to see what and why, -Tee-