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About sakura

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    Delphi 10.4 Sydney

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  1. That might have happened, thx.
  2. I am not sure, how I got it enabled like this, but here is a way to replay the problem. General Discussions as whole group was selected, which you cannot achieve manually - but by following this link: https://en.delphipraxis.net/?forumId=8 When in fluid view, you will notice (which I did not), that the group heading is slighty highlighted. Selecting any group, will show its contents, but removing that check mark again, will bring you back to my previous problem... Know, clicking on the "General Discussion" group header, will unselect that group and bring all back to its original state. I do not know, how I got into the problem in the first place, I just found a way to replay it... Anyways, all back to normal for me.
  3. Hi, since about 4 hours, the DP does not show any topics in the fluid display mode any more...? Usually, I have no categories selected, thus showing all of them...
  4. Alternatively try https://github.com/synopse/mormot2 - the mormot.core.json and mormot.core.variants units contain what you would need.
  5. sakura

    What is the correct approach to "phone home"?

    Number 3, and creating a simple HTTP web server is no magic work. You may do that with Apache/PHP, IIS/ASP.NET, or even Delphi and internet network protocols. For each way, there are simple solutions.
  6. I am not sure, whether the Hyper-USB "problem" still exists, however, when I had to made this decision, Hyper-V did not support connection of USB devices into the virtual machine, while VMWare does that without any problems. I you require to develop to access hardware directly, Hyper-V might not be possible, This was three years ago, anyway.
  7. sakura

    Do bug fix patches really require active subscription?

    That's their money printing press, yes ๐Ÿ˜
  8. sakura

    What about this Error ?

    Would you mind writing a bit more about what you did, how can we reproduce that? Btw, you can copy&paste the messages from the message pane...
  9. Take a look above the text editor, in the toolbar and look for the </> button, press that to insert code ๐Ÿ™‚
  10. Only, and only if your application does not depend upon that DLL to do its work. If it is an extension, giving extra features, not needed for the overall result, then you may use it that way. However, if the main purpose of your application depends on that DLL, it is to be published under GPL as well.
  11. sakura

    Buggy Optimizer in Delphi 10.4

    Let's not discuss the GOTO - first, it is not my code, but code from a library I use, second, the full method from the library certainly benefits from it. It is not always possible to optimize for everything cleanly. For full details, follow the links ๐Ÿ˜‰
  12. Yes, no change, the IOTAEditorContent object itself is not even marked as modified, it's the module, which is "knowing" that something has happened. ๐Ÿ˜
  13. Hi, I have a IDE plug-in which acts upon an opened file in the IDE (IOTAIDENotifier.FileNotification - aNotifyCode = ofnFileOpened). It loads the corresponding IOTAModule and the IOTAEditorContent for the PAS-File Before displaying, I want to do some formating for the viewer and set the content through the IOTAEditorContent interface. Nicely, as I do not call MarkModified, the editor view acts like the content has not been modified. However, the IOTAModule believes that the module has been modified and asks, whether the changes shall be saved (which I do not desire, when just viewing). Is there a way, to inform the IDE, that at this point, no changes have occurred. The question to save changes should not appear, when the user did not actually change anything ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks, Daniel