Twitterizer is a very good twitter API library for .Net developers. I used this library to build customized twitter application. During this project I came across a little issue with Twitterizer2. In the current version of Twitterizer2 if you want to get user timeline, you need to use TwitterTimeline class and its static methods but, usually when dealing with twitter API it’s always better to use asynchronous methods, considering this, we need to use TwitterTimelineAsync class, and here we face a little issue, because we need to use this method:
Note: music on video by Ziad Rahbani.
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Thanks to Igor Djordjevic who brought this to my attention.
To undo AppManfest (restore the default manifest) you have to force the IDE to regenerate the default resource file. And you can achieve this by following these steps:
- delete the external application manifest which AppManifest has added it (Application.exe. manifest).
- delete the default resource file (Application.res).
قمت باصدار النسخة 1.2 من IBrowser . هناك عدد من المزايا الجديدة في هذه النسخة:
- قائمة IBrowser
- تضمين بعض أوامر TortoiseSVN .
- إضافة خيار السحب و الإفلات. يمكن الآن فتح أي ملف عن طريق سحبه من IBrowser .
- إضافة أوامر جديدة إلى قائمة النظام. (فتح باستخدام دلفي-إضافة إلى المشروع).
I’ve released IBrowser version 1.2. This version has some new features:
. IBrowser menu.
. Integrate some TortoiseSVN commands. So, now you can do Checkout,commit, Update to folders and files from inside the Delphi IDE (this feature needs TortoiseSVN to be installed)
. Drag support. Open any file in the Delphi IDE by dragging it from IBrowser.
. New commands added to the system context menu (open with Delphi/Add to Project).
. Support multi-select option in the shell tree.
I've released AppManifest for Delphi2006, even it's not difficult to add a new customisable manifest to Delphi2006 projects, but some folks see that AppManifest can make life easy in Delphi2006 too :)
remember: to let AppManifest works well, don't use XpManifest and AppManifest in the same project.
In Delphi2007 and Delphi2009 it's a little bit difficult if you want to change the embedded manifest in the Delphi projects, let us say for example if you want to change the Vista UAC options to set the "requestedExecutionLevel" to "requireAdministrator", even there are some workarounds, but these workarounds have "side effects" and need extra work from developers, while in other development environments like Visual Studio this task is quite easy, and you can add manifests to projects like any other items, Now this new Delphi Add-In AppManifest will make this task easy in Delphi as well,