New DocWiki RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder Platform Status Page

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Our RAD Studio Development, QA, Documentation and Product Management teams have collaborated to create the new Embarcadero DocWiki RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder platform status page. The platform status page shows the supported platforms and operating systems for different RAD Studio versions covering Windows, OS X, iOS and Android platforms. A * (star) sign next to an operating system indicates that there is a known issue with that operating system and a corresponding RAD Studio version. To see the workaround for that particular issue, click on the name of the operating system or scroll down to the appropriate section. You can also use the links on the table of contents on the right side of the page to go direct to a platform or service bulletin.

Platform Status DocWiki

Platform Status main page -

Platform Status Service Bulletins -

Use the Embarcadero Quality Portal to Report Issues

The Quality Portal is designed to track a variety of issues including bug reports and feature requests. Submitted issues are evaluated by QA and are not part of product support. There is an article on the community site ,, that explains the process of reporting issues as well as provides some recommendations on how to make your reports helpful and valuable.

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