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Archive for September 19th, 2018

Reminder to self: check if this has been solved – [RSP-19557] TParallel.Join does not create enough threads – Embarcadero Technologies

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/19

Delphi 10.1 Berlin broke [RSP-19557] TParallel,Join does not create enough threads – Embarcadero Technologies. It was reported 9 months ago, and since it took quite some longer than a year for a new Delphi version to be released, I wonder if it is fixed by now.

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–jeroen

 

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Vysor standalone downloads

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/19

I wrote about Vysor before, but totally forgot to mention that for like 2 years there have been (initially beta) standalone versions of Vysor based on the Electron framework that is also used by the Atom.io editor and Visual Studio code.

So here they are (:

Over time, these have been updated with new versions.

Web site source: https://github.com/koush/vysor.io

–jeroen

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When a Delphi TCP server causes sudden EIdConnClosedGracefully Exceptions on the client

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/19

I always forget which sides of the connection throw this error, but the client side does as explained in [WayBackdelphi – Troubleshooting EIdConnClosedGracefully Exceptions? – Stack Overflow by [WayBackRemy Lebeau the main Indy contributor:

EIdConnClosedGracefully means the other party … has disconnected its end of the connection. Once that exception has been raised, you cannot send more data to the other party. You must reconnect first.

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