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A. Bouchez
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We just committed a deep refactoring of the SynSQlite3Static.pas unit - and all units using static linking for FPC. It follows the "static\$(TargetCPU)-$(TargetOS)" lazarus-friendly pattern.
It also includes a new encryption format for SQlite3, using AES, so much more secure than the previous one.
It is a breaking change - for the best, we hope ! - so worth a notification here in G+

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We just committed a deep refactoring of the SynSQlite3Static.pas unit - and all units using static linking for FPC.
It also includes a new encryption format for SQlite3, using AES, so much more secure than the previous one.
It is a breaking change - for the best, we hope ! - so worth a notification here in G+

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In the last weeks/months, we worked a lot with FPC, especially targeting Linux. In this link, some details about the latest commits, and some reasons why we can't afford to support the Delphi Linux compiler - sadly.
Delphi is still our main IDE, due to its better debugging experience under Windows, but we target to have premium support of FPC, on all platforms, especially Linux.
Now our Open Source mORMot framework offers a strong and efficient solution to write SOA / MVC / ORM applications using FPC and Lazarus, with a wide platform support.
We still like and support Delphi, but mostly as IDE. The framework will for sure continue to work with Delphi, but we wanted to be open and not coupled to a single compiler.

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In the last weeks/months, we worked a lot with FPC. In this link, some details about the latest commits.
Delphi is still our main IDE, due to its better debugging experience under Windows, but we target to have premium support of FPC, on all platforms, especially Linux.
Now our Open Source mORMot framework offers a strong and efficient solution to write SOA / MVC / ORM applications using FPC and Lazarus, with a wide platform support.
To be honest, the more we work with FPC as a compiler, the more we like it.
Stay tuned!

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We're hiring new developers at LiveMon.
We're a full-remote team (with a monthly gather-up in Paris), working on a real-time AI powered monitoring tool.
I joined LiveMon this week, and we will work together on this exciting project, using mORMot and modern Object Pascal !

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We're hiring new developers at LiveMon.
We're a full-remote team (with a monthly gather-up in Paris), working on a real-time AI powered monitoring tool.
I joined LiveMon this week, and we will work together on this exciting project, using mORMot and FPC!

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Currently finished EKON 21 conferences in Köln, some quick post to share new presentation slides.
I also included the "Practical DDD" source code as part of the mORMot official samples.
This sample was something long-awaited by new users of the framework, and anyone interested in implementing DDD with Delphi.
(Sad I can't export the beer as pdf, either)
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We have added SynLZ preliminary support for NextGen compiler, optimized the x86 asm further, and introduced a new x64 tuned asm version, much faster than plain pascal, as compiled by Delphi.
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Just wanted to share that Embarcadero just released a hotfix update for Delphi 10.2 Tokyo: now the Win64 compiler issue is fixed!
Thanks a lot for your efforts and reactivity!
(I've updated the original http://blog.synopse.info/post/2017/03/22/Delphi-10.2-Tokyo-Compatibility%3A-DCC64-broken blog article)
See https://goo.gl/2NGWNx for the April 2017 RAD Studio 10.2 Hotfix for Toolchain Issues

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