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Archive for April 24th, 2009

Who is coming to DelphiLive? « Daniel Magin’s Weblog

Posted by jpluimers on 2009/04/24

My German colleague Daniel Magin is keeping track of people going to attend or speak at DelphiLive ’09.

Please leave a comment on his blog posting to help him assembling the list.

I’ll be arriving on the evening of  tuesday, May 12th, and leave in the morning of sunday May 17th (in order to keep the flight costs down, it is wise to include a Saturday/Sunday night stay).

–jeroen

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Delphi – finding out the design-time package name of a unit

Posted by jpluimers on 2009/04/24

Somehow I keep forgetting this ‘be aware though’ part below, hence this blog post :-)
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When you are developing packages, sometimes you need units that are part of the VCL/RTL source tree.
Normally when compiling such a package, Delphi suggests the depending VCL/RTL package to add to your required package list.
However, that does not always work, especially with design-time packages (those start with ‘dcl’ in stead of ‘vcl’).

The last time I bumped into this was when I developed a package that needed the MessageDigest_5 unit.
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Spoken @ CodeRage III, December 1-5, 2008 on Delphi, database and XML related topics

Posted by jpluimers on 2009/04/24

At the CodeRage III on-line virtual conference, I have done 4 sessions. CodeRage III logo
For me, it was the first time speaking at conference done this way.
A few things were different:

  • Sessions were 45 minutes presenting in stead of the normal 60 minutes
  • The main body of the session was pre-recorded, the 15 minute Q&A was live
  • I had to learn Camtasia
  • The broadcasts were done through LiveMeeting

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