Over the weekend, we released two hotfixes for RAD Studio 10.3. One of these, the which addressed a number of IDE issues, is especially important if you use C++Builder.
This issue only affected C++Builder, and did not affect RAD Studio (even when using C++ projects) or Delphi. If you have bought C++Builder only, or are using it as part of RAD Studio but are starting the IDE from the C++Builder shortcut not the RAD Studio shortcut, you will be affected by this issue.
You can read the hotfix announcement here, and find the hotfix download on CodeCentral here. We recommend you install it!
We have a further hotfix planned to address some compiler and RTL issues very soon. In addition, we also plan to release an updated version of Boost for C++Builder 10.3 early in the new year.
Hi Soren - I just tested here and it extracted and installed fine. It's possible there was some kind of download error resulting in a corrupt zip, can you try again please? If it still fails, please contact Support who can assist in tracking down the issue and finding a different way to install.
Boost is now available - today!https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/boost-for-c-builder-10-3-1
If I could give you a solid date, I really would. I originally thought it would be in February; that was wrong. Right now I do not want to - cannot! - commit to a specific date. I do 100% expect it to be for 10.3.1 and well before 10.3.2 is released.
Okay, but when?
Yes - once Boost is available for 10.3.1, we'll have it in GetIt for the beta too.
You offer a beta test of the version 10.3.2. Is the boost lib in the beta test version included?
Andrew, I'm sorry for this and I know it's a problem. I can assure you we're working on it as hard as we can. We're very close. I don't have more info to add at the moment, but once it's available I will certainly promote it far and wide.
David, I'm very disappointed that you have not responded to this question.
Embarcadero is failing to provide a product that is fit for purpose. I will demand a full refund of my subscription unless this is resolved soon.
At the very least C++Builder 10.3 should have shipped with the self same Boost libraries as 10.2. I can wait for the new libraries. What I can't do is use the produce with LESS functionality that the previous version.
Would you please arrange for Boost libraries to be supplied via GetIt without delay.
David, when will support for Boost be made available again? Without it, our subscription to C++Builder is worthless, since we cannot use the produce with less functionality than before.
That's still no details and you still do not know when the libraries will be ready. I swear, I will demand a refund of the license costs.
I wrote that in March and had hoped it would be out by the end. We're very close to getting it out.
Which month did you mean?Without the boost lib we can not work with Rio.