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Archive for September 9th, 2020

Recursive loop, see loop, recursive

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/09

Recursion explained visually.

Via [WayBack] Wenn mehrere Generationen in den Feiertag / Vatertag starten.

[WayBack] Original picture at [WayBack] Bug Life | Chickie’s Rides | Pinterest | Vw, Volkswagen and Cars.

–jeroen

 

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CppCon 2015: Niall Douglas “Racing The File System” – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/09

Cool presentation on avoiding data races and race conditions when doing file system operations. It includes lots of conceptual and API suggestions on many operating systems (explaining what works where and why not), plus locking tips.

Biggest takeaway for me: always use handles to any object, and avoid static paths like a bad flue.

Well worth watching!

The slides are at [WayBack] CppCon2015/Racing the Filesystem – Niall Douglas – CppCon 2015.pdf at master · CppCon/CppCon2015 · GitHub

More talks from the same conference at [WayBack] GitHub – CppCon/CppCon2015: Presentation Materials from CppCon 2015

Via [WayBack] I asked this in the ADUG list, but didn’t think to ask here … CppCon 2015: Niall Douglas “Racing The File System” – Paul McGee – Google+

–jeroen

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Delphi – tools to generate class diagrams/hierarchy from source code

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/09/09

I know ModelMaker Tools could do this: [WayBack] Quick Question … are there any good tools available to generate class diagrams / hierarchy from existing code? Or doesn’t anyone do that anymore ? – Stefaan Lesage – Google+

But I didn’t know the other tools from the thread had options as well:

–jeroen

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