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Archive for August 31st, 2020

HOW TO: Configure Shared Diagnostic Partition on VMware ESX host | vStrong.info

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/08/31

Interesting for vSphere clusters: [WayBack] HOW TO: Configure Shared Diagnostic Partition on VMware ESX host | vStrong.info

–jeroen

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Interesting font comparison site (Courier New versus Lucida Console versus Consolas)

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/08/31

Font comparisons:

Via: [WayBackI forgot in which version of Windows, the command prompt defaulted to the Consolas font… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+

Based on this, I found more font identification sites:

I tried both at  and  (used bySource: “techorama” – Google Search), but only WhatTheFont managed to get the glyphs and font similar fonts on both, and Matcherator got the glyphs wrong in both images, even after manually cropping.

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What’s the piece of Delphi knowledge you find yourself looking up over and over again…

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/08/31

From an interesting thread at [WayBack] What’s the piece of Delphi knowledge you find yourself looking up over and over again? For me format strings is probably the thing that most stubbornly… – Lachlan Gemmell – Google+

On the generics side, I have wrote a few bits in my blog before, often pointing to information by others (many by Stefan Glienke as his skills on this topic are beyond excellent):

And on records:

There are some very good books on Delphi though that dig deeper than the documentation:

–jeroen

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