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I certainly never imagined back when I was starting work on PHP-GTK that one day there would be a 400 page book about it. Pro PHP-GTK by Scott Mattocks is the first English language book on this topic and it is on the bookshelves, real and virtual, right now. I just wanted to say, kudos to Scott and congrats on his newborn as well. He's very productive. :)

Has anyone else got the "Set Next Execution Line" in BDS 4 (aka Delphi 2006) to back up to a previous location without precipitating a bunch of access violations and a general crash of the IDE? For those of you wondering what I am talking about, debug a program in D2006, and stop at a breakpoint. Now, select another line, right click and select the popup menu itel "Set Next Execution Line" (or some similar wording, I'm compiling right now, so I can't check it). Run. I get the idea from the newsgroups and blogs that few people realize that D2006 has this feature which is the equivalent of the Edit-and-Continue feature found in later versions of Visual Basic and now Visual Studio for .NET.


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