Following the beta testing period and some blog post pre-announcing some of the key features (see also my blog), yesterday Embarcadero officially released RAD Studio 10.4 Sydney, which includes Delphi 10.4.
There are many new features in the product. For Delphi developers the key are:
There is way more in the product, this is just my personal take of the top 3 areas we worked on. Extensive bug fixing is another key element of 10.4, with one of the highest number of public reported bug fixed in a release. And the return of a very nice classic Delphi Greek helmet logo!
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in my tests, when you put any component default, like a Button, ListBox, Grid, etc.. in a new project VCL or FMX and try edit the properties these components in Visual LiveBind, for example:
-- click in 3 points "..." to add new property in Visual LiveBind the IDE into in colapse and booomm! it's gone... disappear in your screen and task manager.
did you try some like this?
Another problem is happening to me:
Drag a TMemo to form.Double click the "Lines" property to open String List Editor dialog.Click "Code Editor" Button... it raises a AV error in coreide270.bpl.
Well, phooey, the Memo does give an error doing as you described. We need to report to QC. You're right in both cases., it crashed the IDE when trying to edit properties in visual binding. Yeah definitely some serious issues.
Have you reported these yet to QC. I will report too.
We are checking and might release a patch, depending on the result of the research
please check too old behaviour "red line" and "inline vars" dont allow see others procedures if in use!
var xxx:= 1:
it's not possible see other procedures shortcut
my system is updated and it's working good in RAD 10.3.3
MSWindows 10 Enterprise 1909 / 2004 (now), 8GB Ram, nVidia 2GB, drivers updated Win/nVidia
Games like Ubisoft run ok - then, RAD 10.4 should too! :)