Unit2NS v0.1.2-beta Released

Just released a bug fix update of my little Unit2NS application that looks up which unit scope a given unit belongs to. This fixes a memory leak and corrects some error message formatting. Because of the memory leak fix, this is a recommended update . Grab a copy of v0.1.2-beta from the project's Releases page on GitHub. Read about the project on its web page  and get the source from the delphidabbler/unit2ns project on GitHub.

System Information Unit 5.14.0 released

It's the 1st of the month, so it's time to release another monthly update of my System Information Unit. Release 5.14.0 updates TPJOSInfo  to add support for detecting the preview release of Windows 10 22H2; various revisions of Windows 11 development, beta & preview channel releases made in July 2002; and the new alternative build of Windows 11 22H2 beta. I've also tweaked the description of some of the Windows 11 Dev and Beta channel releases in light of new information. You can  download this release from GitHub . Just scroll down to the Assets section to either grab the source code or download a zip file containing the official release files.

CodeSnip v4.20.1 released

CodeSnip v4.20.1 has just been released. This is a minor bug fix release. Full details can be found over on the CodeSnip Blog .

System Information Unit v5.13.0 BUGFIX released

v5.13.0 of my System Information Unit has just been released. This release fixes a serious (and long standing) bug  in the detection of Windows 11 21H2 builds. All Dev / Beta / Preview channel builds were being reported as a public release version. Updating is strongly recommended.  This release also adds support to TPJOSInfo  to enable it to detect the latest Windows 11 Dev channel and 22H2 Beta and Preview builds. There's also a fix for a more minor bug in detecting which of the many Windows OS versions that report v10.0 that you have. It was sometimes falsely reporting either Windows 10 or Windows 2016 server even in cases where that actually OS was a later one. When I say "sometimes" I mean very rarely, but it could happen. You can download the new version from my website or directly from GitHub . The unit can be viewed in the ddablib/sysinfo repository.

All Articles Now on - at last

At long last I've finally converted all the article PDFs exported from the old website to HTML5 and uploaded them to . Also, all the demo projects related to the articles have now been uploaded to the delphidabbler/article-demos project on GitHub. And finally, the temporary delphidabbler/articles GitHub repo, that was used to store the PDF versions of the articles, was removed. That was a long haul!

System Information Unit v5.12.0 released

In what is starting to look like a series of monthly releases, my System Information Unit has been updated to v5.12.0. This release enables detection of various Windows 11 Dev & Beta releases made during May 2022. I've also done some refactoring to make the operating system identification code a little easier to read - just a little mind you! What is more, the System Information Unit now has (another) new home on GitHub. The code has been split out of the monolithic delphidabbler/ddablib project and now has its own repository on GitHub - see ddablib/sysinfo . This change makes it possible to use the the GitHub release system to provide access to releases. You can download this release from GitHub . Just scroll down to the Assets section to either grab the source code or download a zip file containing the official release files. You can still get this, and earlier, releases from SourceForge if you prefer.

CodeSnip 4.20.0 executables now available on GitHub

I've finally managed to upload the CodeSnip v4.20.0 binaries to GitHub. Get them here .