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AllanF posted a topic in Windows APIIn my Service I want to to receive notification when the system is suspended or resumed (Hibernate/Sleep) so that I can Close Active Sockets connections. Similar questions have got the answer 'the service must use a HandlerEx() callback via RegisterServiceCtrlHandlerEx()' but I have not been able to use it in Delphi. Need more assistance please.
What are the general experiences updating to 1909 and using Delphi? I can't say that past experience has made me at all excited to update. And this blog (http://delphicodemonkey.blogspot.com/2020/03/delphi-seattle-becoming-almost-unusable.html) has got me really spooked. Can anyone offer any other experiences using Windows 10 1909? Specifically we do all of our development in XE3 and Seattle. Edit: Sorry I wanted this to go under Windows, but mistakenly put it into VCL. I couldn't delete my own thread.
Mr. E posted a topic in General HelpRegards, this problems occurs from time to time in getit now I got bitten again. Hopefully someone knows how and where I can tell to Getit that EurekaLog isn't installed so I can reinstall it. This is the little story: I got the EurekaLog Tools (free) v 7.0 installed, today I see the new version 126.96.36.199. and I do this: EurekaLog Tools 7 was installed via Getit Without uninstall the v7 in getit: I install the v188.8.131.52; the process goes without error, and the install remove the previous one, the IDE restarts; (I was expecting that Getit remove the old one and take out from Getit but no). In Getit now I see two versions installed. (annoying), then In Getit I uninstall the v7, it removes in GetIt and from Programs and Features too. Now I don't have the programs installed (but Getit shows as installed). In Getit that shows 184.108.40.206 is installed, when I try to uninstall, I got this error, and I can't reinstall again: This happens with other package, but I don't remember how I "remove it", still get it shows the old version to install, as a reminder that I don't remember Thanks in advance.