I wrote the tool PortableAppsToStartMenu in 2020 and have used version 1.0.0 ever since. Today I installed PortableApps on a new computer and found a bug. Hence the new release. The new version handles the case when the section AppsHidden does not exist in the PortableAppsMenu.ini file.
A while ago, after my post on Known IDE Packages in Delphi I wrote a the KnownIdePackagesManager tool which lists those packages, allows to disable and enable some of them and also set the package description for those packages that don't have a meaningful description. Today, I updated the tool to support Delphi 11 Alexandria. … Continue reading Delphi Known IDE Packages Manager updated to Delphi 11 Alexandria
I have just updated the Delphi Custom Container Pack sources to support Delphi 11 Alexandria. It now compiles and installs. I have not tested it extensively. Discussion about this post in the international Delphi Praxis forum.
I'm working on a GExperts release for Delphi 11. But due to the changes for High DPI support in the IDE this might still take a while. If you are adventurous, you can always get the sources and build your own DLL. There is a project and build scripts for Delphi 11 already. But be … Continue reading GExperts for Delphi 11 isn’t here yet
I have just updated my dzDelphiPaths tool to support Delphi 11.
I just released Delphi Tools Manager 1.0.2 which now supports Delphi 6 to 11 (including all the versions with the odd names in between).
I have updated my Delphi IDE explorer expert to work with Delphi 11.
I just released dzBdsLauncher 1.0.7. The only change is support for detecting .dproj files created by Delphi 11 (these have a ProjectVersion of 19.3).
I just got an unsolicited offer on the catchall email account of my employer, meant for a guy who no longer works there. Usually I simply delete emails like that but this one was a rare case that actually looked as if it might be of interest to some other guy in the company (No, … Continue reading Spammers are stupid
Just in case you have been living under a rock: Linux is now 30 years old and while it still hasn't conquered the desktop, there are few smart phones that would work without it and also on the server side it's pretty strong (I have been maintaining Linux servers on the side for more than … Continue reading 30 years of Linux