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Archive for August 6th, 2019

GitHub – Purik/AIO: Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/06

On my list of things to try: [WayBack] GitHub – Purik/AIO: Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi which are similar to what golang does.

Coroutine-based multithreading library for Delphi. Contribute to Purik/AIO development by creating an account on GitHub.

Via [WayBack] What you think about coroutine-based multithreading concurrency in Delphi like GoLang https://github.com/Purik/AIO Probably evolution paths, actuality… – Павел Миненков – Google+

–jeroen

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28800 Embarcadero DBX ADO.NET 2.0 driver for InterBase (version 17.0)

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/06

For my link archive in case of link rot: [WayBack/Archive.is28800 Embarcadero DBX ADO.NET 2.0 driver for InterBase (version 17.0)

Note these are the same as the ones shipping with the Interbase XE7 developer edition.

The less old alternative from Embarcadero alternative is the ODBC driver: [WayBack/Archive.is28975 Embarcadero InterBase ODBC Driver for Windows, 32-bit and 64-bit

Maybe it is a good idea to look into [WayBack] All IBProvider news Firebird and InterBase driver for OLE DB and ADO.NET

–jeroen 

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Delphi XE2: IDE out of memory problem? Check the library path length

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/06

Curious, but somehow shortening the library path solved the problem Alberto had: [WayBack] Hello Everybody, I have an application developed in XE2 (Hot Fix 2 + IDE Fix Pack installed) that has started giving me the “out of memory” error message… – Alberto Paganini – Google+:

Alberto Paganini

It turned out the length of the library path was the culprit of the IDE out of memory error messages.
I have reduced the length of the library path and the error messages have reduced dramatically.
There are still a few out of memory messages tho.

–jeroen

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