David Millington

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Hi Atilla! Please contact support at https://www.embarcadero.com/support or file a bug report at https://quality.embarcadero.com/

Hi Philippe,Not seeing the bit set is really odd - it's definitely set here on this side! Could you perhaps add a QP report with details about which version you have installed (the build number in Help > About), the installer mechanism you used to in

Hi Philippe,We're tracking that bug and can actually give you a possible fix now, if you want to email me? firstname dot lastname at embarcadero.com. Otherwise, the linker alone from 10.2 will work, you don't need to roll back the entire installati

Great code snippet. Also well worth noting that with the modern compilers we ship, a lot of this can be reduced to a one-liner via a lambda... Just one of the benefits of using the modern toolchain

Indeed! https://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/new-in-rad-studio-10-2-1-codeguard-for-windows-8-and-10-1

In RAD Studio 10.2 Release 1 (or 10.2.1) we've made a number of improvements in the debugger. Windows debugging: general quality Do you debug multithreaded applications?  You might have noticed that wait chain traversal ...

In Tokyo Release 1 (otherwise known as 10.2.1) we've made a number of improvements to our C++ support: a small but useful change in the IDE, and some significant improvements in the toolchain itself. Toolchain: compiler, linker, etc< ...

In Tokyo Release 1 (otherwise known as 10.2.1) we've made a number of improvements to our C++ support: a small but useful change in the IDE, and some significant improvements in the toolchain itself.   Toolchain: compi ...

In Tokyo Release 1 (otherwise known as 10.2.1) we've made a number of improvements to our C++ support: a small but useful change in the IDE, and some significant improvements in the toolchain itself.   Toolchain: compi ...

In Tokyo Release 1 (otherwise known as 10.2.1) we've made a number of improvements to our C++ support: a small but useful change in the IDE, and some significant improvements in the toolchain itself. Toolchain: compiler, linker, etc< ...

Thanks. Please feel free to let me know what they reply (you can email me at firstname dot lastname at emb.)

Hi Andrew - I understand. I can only tell you we're working on it.(FWIW, Boost can be used - it's the prebuilt portions that have problems. The header-only portions of Boost are fine.)

Hi Steve - if you have a support ticket that isn't answered, please feel free to forward the email to me (firstname dot lastname at emb.)Re your feelings of things going awry: please feel free to email me with a list of issues. It's good to have feed

Hi Rohit - is this with a FireMoneky app? If so, we're looking into it! Please follow the two bug reports, RSP-18744 and RSP-18755.

Hi James - we do work with them, but one of the most effective things is for their own customers to complain to them.In general I recommend whitelisting the entire build folder for a project, as well as the RAD Studio binaries, and manually checking

CodeGuard is a tool for runtime error checking in a C++ application, and catches memory leaks, invalid handles, invalid memory use (such as writing past the end of ...

CodeGuard is a tool for runtime error checking in a C++ application, and catches memory leaks, inv ...

Hi Khaled. You can find a C++ translation here: https://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/changing-a-firemonkey-style-at-runtime

Hi James,Thanks for the feedback. It will be taken on board.FWIW, we're aiming for several releases to 10.2. Not sure about five, but should be two or three at least. The thing about the number of releases is, effort put into a point release is ef