We are pleased to release a hotfix for RAD Studio 10.2. This hotfix addresses:

  • debugger issues for Android, iOS, and Linux;
  • Delphi Win64 compiler issues;
  • a C++ RTL issue addressing a crash on exit;
  • a security issue in the C/C++ RTL. Our thanks to Ɓukasz Wyporek for notifying us of this issue.

You can find full details about each issue in the readme and download page on CodeCentral.

We also have an Android compatibility patch in the works to address Android issues around text input, control rendering and performance.

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  • FYI (further to my original post) : I just installed 10.2.1. Linker issues are the same with Kaspersky Total Security 2017 [ on win 10 x64]. I have also confirmed it's likely an AV issue as I do not have the same problem on a VM using the freeware avast AV package. While I know you don't take responsibility for third party products but it would be great if you could work in conjunction with, at a minimum, the AV industry leaders to ensure your customers can produce apps in a properly secured environment. AV packages have always been a pain to set up, having to add exclusions and the like, but in this case it's just not possible. If linkers and the like can be submitted and whitelisted or scanned differently it would make the lives of devs so much simpler. Certainly I don't have quite so much grief using VS so it looks like it's possible. Cheers James
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