The whole product team is very pleased to announce that RAD Studio, including C++Builder and Delphi, v 10.3.2 is now available. If you have an active update subscription, you can download it now:
RAD Studio 10.3.2 Rio
Delphi 10.3.2 Rio
C++Builder 10.3.2 Rio
There are some great improvements for C++ and the Delphi & C++Builder IDE:
Leverage the latest C++ language features in apps built for both Win32 and Win64, with complete C++17 support for Windows
Key productivity features in the IDE are now available for the modern Clang-enhanced compiler
A large number of quality improvements to the IDE, including bug fixes, style improvements, and performance. For example, changing layouts or changing themes takes a fraction of a second.
We'll have blog posts about all of these features going in-depth over the next few days. You can also ready Sarina's 10.3.2 announcement for information on other new features in RAD Studio and Delphi.
On Wednesday July 24, we have a public webinar where you can learn more about 10.3.2, including demos of many of the features and a Q&A at the end. Join the webinar and see everything new and improved!
Version 10.3.1 is available for me to download, but I don't see 10.3.2. Are there still server issues?
As of now, members.embarcadero.com and https://cc.embarcadero.com both still seem to be down.
Still getting the (5 year old) debugger crashes
Bart, as I indicated in different post I suspect ISO installer is broken. After installation there is no platform functionality at all.
No, I haven't received notifications for more than a week
Thanks. Uninstalling the previous version fixed it.BTW: are you getting notifications of my replies? I'm not, no matter what I enable..
1. installer should warn 10.3.1 must be uninstalled first (lost several hours over this)2. AV in Vcl::Imaging::Jpeg (can no longer continue to work on my code).
never mind. now they went out.
Whenever an update containing the complete product has been released, it has had to be uninstalled and reinstalled. I have done it since RAD Studio 2007.I am not talking about installing hotfixes or small update programs to correct certain bugs.
I can't see Boost 1.68 for the Win32 Clang-enhanced toolchain in Getit. Do you plan to publish it soon?
Besides, if that's suddenly a necessity the installer should warn and either cancel or offer to do it for me. This is such basic stuff!
Never had to do that since C++ Builder v1.0.
The way to install updates has always been to completely uninstall and reinstall later.
Just a warning: this may leave you empty handed! I downloaded the 7 GB (!) ISO, ran it on the machine where I have C++ Builder 10.3.1 installed and the installer presented my 3 options: upgrade my licence, modify current install or remove it. The default was modify, which I assumed meant it would "upgrade" 10.3.1. It went its way for a few minutes (already odd) and when it was finished it had removed 10.3.1 and that's it. Accepting my faith that EMBD has never presented a flawless upgrade, it reran the installer hoping it would not offer me a full install, but alas I am still left with upgrade licence, modify and remove. Great. Guess this means I get to have an unpaid holiday. Hoorah.
I don't see those on any roadmaps so far