They provide a fast track for Delphi and pascal programmers to create applications for a wider range of platforms.
Melbourne Meeting – June 2012
64-bit Applications – Richard King (Creative Analytics)
Richard gave an account of his first attempt at moving a 32-bit application to 64-bit, looking at how the compiled code differs and how the 64 bit debugger works from the 32 bit IDE.… Continue reading ›
Melbourne Meetings – 2003
December Graeme Grieve: Porting Indy to .NET.
November Bryan Dayton: Tricks With TEdit
Committee members: Programming competition results followed by general discussion
The Competition Requirements and Results can be found here Sub String Searching – Competition Rules’ And Sub String Searching – Results’
October Don MacRae: A presentation on one way to do Properties dialogs followed by discussion and synthesis of all points of view
September Annual AGM followed by Peter Hinrichsen and Ian Krigsman: TechInsite Object Persistence Framework.… Continue reading ›