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February 12, 2020

Fêtons ensemble les 25 ans de Delphi ! #Delphi25th

Et voilà, ça y est, un quart de siècle que Delphi existe et permet de créer des logiciels facilement sur les principaux systèmes d'exploitation du marché. (...)
 
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February 12, 2020

Rebuilding the Delphi & C++Builder Android Java files

Some while back I posted a command script (or batch file as we used to call them) that could be used by RAD Studio 10.3 users if they felt the need to change any of the few Java files underlying Delphi's (and C++Builder's) Android RTL.The script would rebuild all the Java files into the required fmx.dex.jar and fmx.jar archives and copy them into the relevant RAD Studio installation folders to be used on subsequent builds.When I tried to use the script with RAD Studio 10.3.3 of course it didn't ...
 
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February 12, 2020

Celebrate Delphi’s 25th Birthday in Style – New VCL Windows Theme: Zircon

In time for Delphi’s upcoming 25th birthday on February 14th, 2020, we have several new styles available for download that are perfect for your modern Windows applications.  Use the new Zircon Windows theme to give your existing or ne...(read more)
 
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February 12, 2020

Rebuilding the Delphi & C++Builder Android Java files

Some while back I posted a command script (or batch file as we used to call them) that could be used by RAD Studio 10.3 users if they felt the need to change any of the few Java files underlying Delphi's (and C++Builder's) Android RTL.The script would rebuild all the Java files into the required fmx.dex.jar and fmx.jar archives and copy them into the relevant RAD Studio installation folders to be used on subsequent builds.When I tried to use the script with RAD Studio 10.3.3 of course it didn't ...
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