Embarcadero has just released a patch for RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi 10.3.2. The patch is available at:
Here are the readme notes:
The installation requires copying the content of the ZIP file to the installation folder. The complete files list is in the readme file included in the download.
Notice that this patch is critical for third-party component vendors who plan rebuilding their components with 10.3.2.
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Hi Marco,I installed the patch as well as the two others that are now available.The problem you describe here disappeared but I still have many IDE problem, I mean access violation or invalid pointer operation while using the IDE or debugging.A stack is provided each time which usually shows execution path through rtl260 and often an access violation IN rtl260.I wonder whether the rtl260.jdbg file would not need update as well ?I understood from readings (not even on embacadero site) that it contains map information. If the .bpl is rebuilt, so should be the .jdbg, I suppose.Can you please tell me more about that?I'm waiting for you answer before adding some issues about that to quality.Thanks in adavance.Philippe
Thanky you very much.
In this case, manually removing "This file is downloaded from internet" flag, it works.
We found an issue internally related to the fact the depending on the browser used to download and the tool used to unzip, the BPL might be flagged as "downloaded from Internet" and not be allowed.
Wondering it the copy of the path causes the problem in a sense that the program tries to load old versions of the 'dlls' while newer ones reside in a different location or something like that. Just a guess. I loved to assist you but I just have Delphi installed on Win 8.1.Usually downgrading RAD Studio should really be considered if the root cause of the error is identified. I personally give every version of a complex try before installing them into my production environment. I personally either download the DVD the night the Delphi is shipped or at the end when the next Delphi version is already on the way in case of 'minor' version changes like this one.
Switching back will very likely cause more troubles. I'm wondering if the Copy in the path name has something to do with the issue in the sense that old versions of the dll do still exist.
Thanks for the tip Yves i will definitely give that a try. I think I am going to start archiving and burning the ISOs anyway as its useful to have offline backups of critical IDE software. Especially given the recent technical issues with Embarcadero's servers.
No need to buy a blank DVD, you can mount an ISO file within Windows. The ISO will start acting as a drive and you can eject after use.
This happens only if you are mixing runtime packages of different 10.3 releases. Even with the un-patched 10.3.2, you should be able to build apps with runtime packages -- if both are built with 10.3.2. I have the impression there is something incorrect on your system, or you are using a third party package udpated to 10.3.2 -- that would need rebuilding.