RAD Studio 10.3.2's online installer, and a GetIt server for Boost and other libraries for 10.3.2, are online.
As you may know, we have had some server issues recently which have affected installation.
During this time, the workaround to install was to use the offline ISO-based installer. However, GetIt, which is the source of many libraries including Boost, remained offline.
I'm please to let you know that:
Thankyou for your patience while we resolve issues. 10.3.2 has been met by great approval from customers for the features and quality in it (including C++17 for Win64, C++ Code Insight improvements, and IDE performance enhancements for both Delphi and C++Builder) and we'd encourage you to install it and benefit from the improvements.
Hi. The best answer is our documentation on supported platforms: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Rio/en/Installation_Notes#Requirements_for_Supported_Target_Platforms which currently says iOS 10, 11 and 12.> a 64 bit iPhone at iOS version greater than 12 ? iOS 13 is in beta at the moment and is not supported. Debugging might not work correctly. There are also known issues with the iPhone XS / XR, so I'd suggest debugging using a different model.
Thanks David, I will try the new version 10.3.2 and see.
By the way David, may I know:1. Which version of iOS is C++Builder 10.3.2 supporting ? 2. Can I test debug iOS application using C++Builder 10.3.2 via MacOS Mojave to a 64 bit iPhone at iOS version greater than 12 ? I have to make sure which iOS version is C++Builder 10.3.2 is supporting before upgrading the iPhone OS to latest version each time there is new release of C++Builder otherwise the compile will fail.Please advise.
No worries! It's a gotcha, one we'd like to remove. That particular one is related to how cquery itself functions. At the very least, we'd like to show a message in the IDE to make it clear, so no-one tries it and think it doesn't work without feedback.
We do plan some hotfixes soon, but they aren't out yet. I'll blog about them when they're available.
I don't think that bug was specifically addressed, but some of the performance improvements in the IDE may have affected it. For example, design-time drawing is much faster when switching from the Code tab. Please try it out! See https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/new-in-rad-studio-10-3-2-ide-improvements for more info.For Android 64-bit, please see this extension that should apply to you: https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/google-play-store-android-32-bit-extension-for-delphi-and-c-builder-customers
We do hear your concerns (and I personally do!) and will continue to endeavour to provide what you need.
Apologies. I didn't realise that a new program needed to be saved before Code Completion would operate (as described in the notes at the bottom of the Help file on Code Completion).
Just installed 10.3.2 (upgrade from 10.3.1). Code Completion doesn't work at all - even with Control + spacebar
I was one of the lucky ones and was able to install 10.3.2 the first night it was released. But it has a few issues. We're there any hot-fixes that are now a part of what's available on the GetIt installer that is now available, i.e. do I need to re-install at this is point or wait for the hot-fixes to come out?
I Fully agree with Mike Versteeg. I too experience your comments above as a slap in the face. For me C++ Builder 10.3.2 is unworkable.
Hi David,Is true what Mike and _Leo mentioned, personally I also encountered similar problem at case reported on Dec 2018:
RSP-22891 - Case# 00683813: DESIGN PAGE SLOW RESPOND UPON MOUSE DRAGGING
Here is the feedback I received:Hello
My name is Steve Axtell. I am looking at this case.
I see from the internal bug report that it was validated by one
of our QA people and it was assigned a fix target.
That target will not be in the 10.3 timeframe.
This is all I can tell you at this stage.
I shall link this case to the bug report.
I hate to say this David, and to other Embarcadero Bloggers, in fact I am getting very tired of doing so.My maintenance subscription renewed on Jun 2018, and the application problem reported above cannot be resolved ( unsure when will be solved ) then subscription expired on Jun 2019, yet C++Builder 64 bit for Android had been removed from roadmap.Lately, company required me to deploy the same application with problem mentioned above to local Government Agencies for Desktop and Android phones. Do you know how difficult for me navigate tabsheets at Design page and how much time spent just to do such movement ?Before this, the same application already deployed to local federal police force in the states. I hardly have confident to deploy next projects after seeing C++Builder had been treated such way, especially the mobile application with unknown C++Builder 64 bit for Android support, which really make me hard to talk to my boss.Please again, do consider our concerns and not only from the point of Enterprise solution. Customers won't be reluctant to commit the maintenance subscription if found Embarcadero service is as good as it mentioned here.TQ.
Come on David, let's not get insulting by ignoring so many people who still care about C++ Builder. None of my (many year old) bugs have been fixed. As I reported earlier, the debugger still crashes. Watches and tooltip evaluation still won't work most of the times. And to make it worse this last release introduces a new bug, which also has cost me several hours already: it does not always compile the code. It says it does, but it hasn't. Even a simple #if #else #endif is overlooked and you end up testing code you thought you weren't. It is terribly frustrating to have to work with a tool that is so severly broken. For such a long time. Your repeated comments are a slap in my face, every time again. Oh, and this site still does not give notifications despite setting every notification setting to on.
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Can you expand, please? It's very hard to know from that comment what you're referring to.
This really scares me.