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Archive for August 21st, 2018

Nick Craver on Twitter: “This is worth repeating: We’re migrating Stack Overflow to .NET Core. **It’s not because of performance**. There are enough major wins without even factoring performance for us to move. Any performance gains are 100% in the bonus category. We’d migrate with a 0% perf improvement.…”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/08/21

If you are on .NET, migrate to .NET Core. If you start with .NET, start with .NET Core.

Based on:


Edit: nice comment on [WayBack] If you are on .NET, migrate to .NET Core. If you start with .NET, start with .NET Core. Based on: [WayBack] Nick Craver on Twitter: “This is worth repea… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+:

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We are porting Continua CI to .net core 2.1, I’ve been working on it for a few months now (along with other things of course), I had to contribute to a few open source projects to help get all our dependencies onto .net core, and for the most part it’s been pretty easy. I did have to change the windows service stuff, and since there is no WCF server stuff in .net core we have to find a replacement for that for server to agent communications (still exploring options, but probably going with halibut).

What hasn’t (and still isn’t) easy is porting MVC4/5 stuff to core. So many little changes that drive me absolutely potty. I was getting so frustrated that I had to put it aside for a while and work on other things, just to get my sanity back!

Posted in .NET, .NET Core, Development, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Delphi SOAP service: only publish WSDL in RELEASE mode

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/08/21

If you want to restrict the WSDL publishing so it only is published in DEBUG mode, then add a [WayBack] TWSDLHTMLPublish to your [WayBackTWebModule descendant, then add this in the [WayBack] OnCreate event handler of that TWebModule descendant:

// Enable/disable handling of "/wsdl*" requests during DEBUG/RELEASE mode. Enabling sends them via
//  Handled := WSDLHTMLPublish1.DispatchRequest(Sender, Request, Response);
{$ifdef DEBUG}
  WSDLHTMLPublish1.WebDispatch.Enabled := True;
{$endif DEBUG}
{$ifdef RELEASE}
  WSDLHTMLPublish1.WebDispatch.Enabled := False;
{$endif DEBUG}

I have limited this because there are so many hard coded strings in the TWSDLHTMLPublish, see the thread by [WayBack] Marjan Venema at [WayBack] Hide WSDL document in SOAP app – delphi


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Full Duplex Asynchronous Read/Write with Named Pipes – CodeProject

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/08/21

When you run on Windows: [WayBackFull Duplex Asynchronous Read/Write with Named Pipes – CodeProject



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For my research list: Delphi and ZeroMQ

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/08/21

Last year, ZeroMQ – of late Pieter Hintjens ancestry – got a decent support library for Delphi

While writing, there is a reasonable chance I need to do message queue work and ZeroMQ is excellent. I’ve done MQ already in other environments with various projects involving Wintel/iSeries, WebSphere MQ (now IBM MQ, formerly MQSeries), Oracle AQ and Microsofts MSMQ stacks so I’m anxious to see if and how this works out.



Posted in Delphi, Development, Software Development | 2 Comments »

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