Tag: .net

On how I “started embracing” dynamic languages

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I will start by saying that that I do not have anything new to add to the everlasting “dynamic vs static binding” debate: It’s been talked about to death at this point, and yeah, I am still well…

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Introducing (very late!) XtraLiteTemplates for .NET (4.5+ and Core 2.0+)

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Well, to begin, this is not a new project – I have developed most of it during the end of 2015 with occasional fixes and new features along the way (recently added support for DLR and dynamic objects)….

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DeHL 0.8.2 is out

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I’ve just released the version 0.8.2 of DeHL. The downloads can be found on this page and changelog on this page. Again, this is a minor release with a few bugs fixed and a new feature: TString (as…

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Delphi Prism: DelphiString

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Was just reading the source code for ShineOn (the RTL implementation in Delphi Prism) and found an interesting piece: DelphiString (in /ShineOn.RTL/DelphiString.pas). What is it? It is a class that tries to replicate the behavior of the Win32…

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Overridden method should match case of ancestor

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I’ve been following CodeRage III these days and presenter mentioned that in Delphi 7 (and above), when overriding virtual methods, the same case should be used for both functions. Consider this example: In this case indeed the compiler…

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New C#: Exactly my point!

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I was debating some of the new flashy changes planned for new C# version with some of my colleagues … It seems no matter what Microsoft does it’s always considered as an in innovation in the field. Let’s…

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Instantiating Generic Types at runtime

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When working on my license project, I came across an uncommon case in C# where I would have to create an instance of a generic type (wich had multiple type parameters) dynamically. Basically I had an instance of…

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Testing C# syntax

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