I've been a Delphi coder for quite a while now, using the delphi and delphi-xe2 tags quite often. Delphi XE2 and above versions (XE5 now) include a new platform called firemonkey, which allows for mobile development.
Here is one example question which I asked, using 4 tags just to describe the specific platform.
If I were to ask such a question specific to this new language, I would have to include the following tags:
- delphi-xe2 (or whatever version)
- ios (or whatever platform)
- Room enough for one other tag
Now, as you can see, such a specific tagging would leave only room enough for 1 specific tag, since the rest is related to the specific platform.
Is there a more appropriate way to tag such questions leaving room for more than one specific tag?
The problem is, if I were to exclude the delphi tag, it would not hit the radar of the people monitoring Delphi questions (like I commonly do). Yet, if I exclude the delphi-xe2 tag, it wouldn't relate to the version I'm using, which does make a huge difference. I obviously need to mention the firemonkey tag, that's the whole code platform (as opposed to vcl). Then of course the OS platform being iOS, therefore the tag ios.
This takes up 4 of the maximum of 5 tags. Which tag is the weakest link?