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Compiler messages are important (even for Clojure)

It should be fairly apparent to anyone that has ever touched a compiler that good compiler messages aid debugging time, this is also clear in various journals on the subject. This is often the reason why a lot of effort is spent on integrating error intelligence with the IDE (E.g.: Visual Studio and Resharper, Delphi […]

Malware specifically targeting Delphi

The F-Secure blog has details of a Malware variant that they’ve found that solely targets installed Delphi versions 4 -7. F-Secure currently detect this as: Virus.Win32.Induc.a. The malware saves a clean copy of SysConsts.dcu and then adds a call to its own init function at the entrypoint of the SysConsts.dcu library. The malware is rather […]