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Archive for July 4th, 2019

A COM Object Collection (IEnumVARIANT) – Delphi Tips – CJC Delphi (Cool Delphi Tips)

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/04

Summary of [WayBack] A COM Object Collection (IEnumVARIANT) – Delphi Tips – CJC Delphi (Cool Delphi Tips)

Question: How to implements object collection that support Visual Basic’s For Each construct ?

Answer:
In order to implements an object collection your object has to return  IEnumVariant pointer from a special property named _NewEnum.

Via: [WayBack] What interface to I need to implement to allow ForEach in VBA on a COM object written in delphi? – Stack Overflow

–jeroen

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Web Audio Modem

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/04

Geekpr0n: [WayBackWeb Audio Modem

What do you do when you cannot copy text between computers due to lack of internet connectivity? I built a modem using the Web Audio API, allowing data transfer via audio.

It is on github at martme/webaudio-modem: Encode and decode text using the Web Audio API to enable offline data transfer between devices.

There are three demo pages at [WayBackmartinmelhus.com – Web Audio Encoder too:

–jeroen

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Delphi Galileo IDE (version 8 and up): Force files to be saved as UTF8 – The Oracle at Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/04

Though formatting mangled the registry key to add, the article is interesting: since 2003 (C# Builder 1), you can force the IDE to always save files as UTF8 which should alleviate a lot of encoding problems.

It beats me why this isn’t the default setting, but below is an example .reg file for Delphi 8 which should be easily transformed to more recent Delphi versions:

So basically (if formatting is kept), you browse to this key (replace Borland with the company for your specific Delphi version, and replace 2.0 by your IDE version):

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Borland\BDS\16.0\Editor

Then you add a new string value named DefaultFileFilter with value Borland.FileFilter.UTF8ToUTF8

More background [WayBack] The Oracle at Delphi: More IDE secrets – UTF8 and the Editor

The unmangled registry key (and more tips) was from [WayBackBSC Polska: Hidden possibilities of Delphi 8.

Get the list of HKEY_CURRENT_USER paths for your Delphi version at Update to List-Delphi-Installed-Packages.ps1 shows HKCU/HKLM keys and doesn’t truncated fields any more.

–jeroen

Via: [WayBack] Is there any way (IDE expert?) to automatic set encoding of each PAS file in UTF-8 instead of ANSI? – Jacek Laskowski – Google+

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