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ID: 21424, Restores Delphi expected exception handling

by Ryan VanIderstine Email: Anonymous

An example WinForms component developed in Delphi 8 for .NET. The component restores the traditional behaviour that most Delphi developers have come to expect.
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Updated on Sun, 08 Feb 2004 15:25:50 GMT
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This is an example WinForms component is developed in Delphi 8 for .NET. The enclosed component restores the traditional behaviour that most Delphi developers have come to expect with regard to application level exception handling. When an exception is raised the
default behaviour will be to show the error information in a dialog. The component user can also choose to have a more complete dialog displayed that shows, by default, the error message and a button permitting access to the full stack trace.

o Restores normal Delphi exception behaviour in a
WinForms application
o Demonstrates application level exception handling
o Full code for a WinForms based component
o Shows use of delegates / events
o Shows how to expose properties on the object
o Sample application to test the component

o Choose Component | Installed .NET Components
o Enter 'Run-Time' in the Category field
o Choose the 'Select an Assembly' button and
select the rts.WinForms.Basic.dll
o Close the Dialog

Sample Application
o Perform the installation noted above
o Open the Sample.bdsproj
o Compile and run

As is, where is. You may use the code for whatever purposes
you can figure out but by using the code you accept that
only you are responsible for any ill effects.

o Feb 8, 2004 - Initial release

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