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Archive for November 1st, 2017

Halloween costume – SQL “Server” and his DataBass : ProgrammerHumor

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/01

This was soo funny: [WayBack]:

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–jeroen

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{$DUPLICATEENABLE ON} against name collisions in Delphi…

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/01

Need to research {$DUPLICATEENABLE ON} further one day, but surely looks useful but is not really documented, not even at the Delphi 2009 documentation where it was introduced: [WayBackSysUtils.pfIgnoreDupUnits Constant.

–jeroen

Via: [WayBackMonkeyMixer has just been updated!- I’ve fixed a unit naming collision with Castlia- I’ve added an XE7 project group (which includes both the BPL and… – Simon Stuart – Google+

PS:

A cryptic G+ comment [WayBack] by Uwe Schuster:

DUPLICATEENABLE is old, but since it is something for IDE packages to avoid intersections with user/3rd party packages there is no need for a documentation. I do use it in an IDE package that did use the JCL/JVCL units as well and does another unit with a common name. IIRC I did mention it related to MonkeyMixer.

I think he argues that documentation is both not needed, but the usage of the directive sometimes is. Which somehow feels like a contradiction to me.

 

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Agiles Coaching by Judith Andresen [Leanpub PDF/iPad/Kindle]

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/01

Any good English books similar to the German [WayBackAgiles Coaching by Judith Andresen [Leanpub PDF/iPad/Kindle]?

Although my German reading is quite OK, it’s not OK enough to fully use this book.

–jeroen

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