Hotfix for iOS 9.2 for C++Builder 10 Seattle and RAD Studio 10 Seattle

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This hotfix addresses compile time errors when targeting iOS 9.2 using C++Builder or RAD Studio 10 Seattle. This hotfix is not necessary for Delphi 10 Seatlle customers - it is only for developers using the C++ compilers and targeting iOS 9.2 devices.

Date Added: Dec 15th, 2015

Platform/Version: iOS 9.2

RAD Studio version : 10 Seattle

Solution: Download the 10 Seattle iOS 9.2 C++ Hotfix - December 2015 on CodeCentral -

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iOS 9.2 C++ Hotfix Readme file contents

10 Seattle iOS 9.2 C++ Hotfix - December 2015

This hotfix addresses compile time errors when targeting iOS 9.2 using C++Builder or RAD Studio 10 Seattle. 

Install Instructions (you must have Administrator rights on the PC to perform some operations):

1)  Make sure that RAD Studio 10 Seattle is closed.  
2)  Open Windows Explorer, navigate to your RAD Studio install folder, then to the bin subfolder (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\17.0\bin).
3)  Rename iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths to iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths.bak.
4)  Unzip the 10 Seattle iOS 9.2 C++ hotfix to a known folder.
5)  Copy the unzipped iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths file into the bin folder.
6)  Launch the IDE.


Dieser Hotfix behebt in C++Builder oder RAD Studio 10 Seattle Compilierfehler für die Zielplattform iOS 9.2. 

Installationsanweisungen (für bestimmte Vorgänge benötigen Sie Administratorrechte auf dem PC):

1)  Schließen Sie RAD Studio 10 Seattle.  
2)  Öffnen Sie den Windows-Explorer, navigieren Sie zum Installationsordner von RAD Studio und dann zum Unterordner "bin" (normalerweise C:\Programme (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\17.0\bin).
3)  Benennen Sie die Datei iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths in iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths.bak um.
4)  Entpacken Sie den "10 Seattle iOS 9.2 C++"-Hotfix in einem bekannten Ordner.
5)  Kopieren Sie die entpackte iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths-Datei in den Ordner "bin".
6)  Rufen Sie die IDE auf.


Ce correctif a pour objectif de résoudre les erreurs de compilation relatives à iOS 9.2 lorsque C++Builder ou RAD Studio 10 Seattle est utilisé. 

Instructions d'installation (vous devez disposer de droits Administrateur sur le PC pour réaliser certaines opérations) :

1)  Assurez-vous que RAD Studio 10 Seattle est fermé.  
2)  Ouvrez l'Explorateur Windows, naviguez jusqu'au dossier d'installation de RAD Studio, puis jusqu'au sous-dossier bin (généralement C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\17.0\bin).
3)  Renommez iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths en iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths.bak.
4)  Décompressez le correctif 10 Seattle iOS 9.2 C++ dans un dossier connu.
5)  Copiez le fichier iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths décompressé dans le dossier bin.
6)  Lancez l'EDI.


このホットフィックスは、C++Builder 10 Seattle または RAD Studio 10 Seattle を使用して、iOS 9.2 をターゲットにする場合のコンパイル時エラーに対処するものです。

インストール手順(いくつかの操作を実行するため、PC に対して管理者権限が必要です):

1) RAD Studio 10 Seattle が閉じていることを確認します。
2) Windows エクスプローラを開き、RAD Studio インストール フォルダに移動したあと、bin サブフォルダ(通常、C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\17.0\bin)に移動します。
3) iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths を iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths.bak に名前変更します。
4) 10 Seattle iOS 9.2 C++ ホットフィックスを既知のフォルダに解凍します。
5) 解凍した iPhoneOS9.0.defaultsdkpaths ファイルを bin フォルダにコピーします。
6) IDE を起動します。


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