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Its July now and therefore only 30 days left for the final Android 32-Bit ban deadline for the Google Playstore. When will we see the 64-Bit compilers for Android for C++?
Community Edition 10.4 is not available. Current Community Edition is 10.3.3.
No ETA is mentioned anywhere. So 10.3.3 is a good to go.
Not available. Current Community Edition is 10.3.3.
The Community Edition FAQ needs updating then:
"Users will be able to request a new 1 year key through the website. That key will be applicable to the current Community Edition that's available for download at that time.
We will assist you to stay current and up to date, always on the latest version."
On the page for the Community Edition Embarcadero should specify what release of the Community Edition is available for download. Also for those who already have a downloaded version of the Community Edition registered and installed it should be possible to download a later version of the Community Edition without the rigamarole of providing user information to Embarcadero once again as if the downloader is a new "customer".
I'd like to know if it is available a Community Edition for Delphi 10.4
I'd like to know if it is available a Community edition for Delphi 10.4
la mise à jour fast report est maintenant sur getit
Does anyone know when Radiant Shapes will be available for 10.4 ? I have upgraded and I want to test out the new features, but so far I have the car and I'm waiting for someone to make the tyres :-)
The LSP auto-invoke not working is definately a pity, since the original code insight is too inaccurate.
Hi Sarina and David,Previously I was able to compile under MacOS Mojave and iOS 12.2, after I do a re-installation via SDK Manager using C++Builder 10.3.3 still, now I totally cannot develop 32bit app for MacOS and 64bit iOS 12.x under C++Builder 10.3.3 due to:1. The Profile Manager no option for 32-bit MacOS:2. MacOS computer not detected and reported:This is really a serious issues to me now, totally shutdown on MacOS and iOS !!!??I have reported to QP at RSP-29362.Please advise.
After following the instructions above I have edge working in a app in the debugger. If I try to deploy the app I get the error "Microsoft edge cant read and write to its data directory" If I copy the folder from my projects folder "appname.exe.webview2/ebwebview to the deployment folder it will work. However this folder does not seem to be created by the browser. Must it be deployed from the Project folder into its deployment package or should it be made? Note I have the dev version installed, and the get-it package installed, and have copied the dll to deployment folder. Anybody else get this deployed properly?
Sarina, I'm kind of disappointed with Embarcadero for this stance. I would guess most people who have the CE actually want it for little pet projects or testing out theories; not for making profit. In fact there are some excellent freeware and open source authors out there who I'm guessing simply cannot afford the price of the Professional or higher editions. I really did think you guys had started to move forward, but this stance makes me shake my head. Think of all the people who are genuine whom you are depriving right now for the sake of a few percentage of users of the CE who are abusing the system. This will stop freeware and open source authors in their tracks and prevent others like ( like me ) who are thinking of becoming open source authors. Surely there must be a better way to deal with this rather than to assume everyone is guilty until proven innocent.
I was looking forward to getting a usable IDE again, and it is much better BUT, Ctrl-Shift-Down or Ctrl-Shift-C isn't working for an entire unit if you put a "class operator Initialize" in a record. Do these things even get tested???