As if Chrome wasn’t a huge pig to begin with. Chrome often consumes 4-6GB of RAM on my PC in every day browsing. “Soon Google Chrome is going to use even more of your RAM, assuming that it’s even possible to use more than it already does. This is because of Chrome 67’s new Site Isolation feature to […]
Delphi’s interfaces are rooted in COM interop, but in most cases are used for non COM purposes. Unfortunately there are some big limitations with Delphi interfaces, and in a critical area where interfaces are the most useful.
Since ~Delphi 2010 we have had generics, attributes, iterators, and some other compiler niceties. While many of the features we would like are difficult to implement, I believe that a few simple language features are long overdue: Simple type inference Auto variables Block level variables