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  1. RAD Studio is made up of Delphi and C++Builder. On the Delphi side the Object Pascal compiler is a single pass compiler and the compiler itself is not a parallel compiler but when compiling multiple projects in parallel it was able to compile 1 billion lines of Object Pascal code in 5 minutes on the AMD Ryzen 9 5950x 16 core machine. I wanted to see if something similar was possible with C++. This post is part of our modern hardware series where we explore the massive productivity gains that can be achieved on some of the fastest CPUs available at the time of this writing in early 2021. Just how much is 1 billion lines of code? Take a look. https://blogs.embarcadero.com/threadripper-3990x-the-quest-to-compile-1-billion-lines-of-c-on-64-cores/
  2. Eli M.

    Modernizing the Dev-C++ IDE

    Orwell Dev-C++ gets 80k-100k downloads a week. Just sayin'. C++Builder is a productivity upgrade over Dev-C++ since Dev-C++ has no visual designer.
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    ICS for Linux?

    20.04 is not officially supported in 10.4 according to the release notes. http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Sydney/en/Installation_Notes
  4. We have a maybe ~40k-50k LoC iOS app in FMX for 5+ years and it only ever has had maybe 1 place it specifically needed DisposeOf and/or [weak]. Everything else just uses Free as it supports Windows as well.
  5. Project contains 100 cross platform samples now. https://github.com/FMXExpress/Cross-Platform-Samples The original 50 samples are also now available in C++. https://github.com/FMXExpress/CPP-Cross-Platform-Samples
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    Android, TWebBrowser & Uploading files

    Add the JAR file by going to Projects|Target Platforms|Android|Libraries.. Right click and select Add...
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    How to get Linux installed?

    Do you have Enterprise or Architect? It isn't in Pro or Community. For FMXLinux you have to install that off of GetIt.
  8. It's intentional. The file has it's own copyright and is not covered under the BSD license. https://www.woll2woll.com/single-post/2017/04/24/Send-an-Email-with-an-Attachment-FireMonkey
  9. Not written up no. .SO (SharedObjects) files are basically DLLs. You can either take the one Delphi makes and put it into some other tools APK package and call it from the code in the other tool. Or you could take the 64bit version of the .SO their tool generates and have it call your .SO file. And then put their .SO 64bit in your Delphi APK and have it call your 32bit .SO.
  10. There are 50 new cross platform samples for Delphi 10.3 Rio FireMonkey available over on Github. The demos heavily feature … http://www.fmxexpress.com/50-cross-platform-samples-for-android-ios-osx-windows-linux-and-html5-in-delphi/
  11. An MVP confirmed that they were granted an exemption for their app for ~1 year.
  12. The PhotoEditorDemo has permissions code that works for the camera.
  13. PM me with a budget. I can probably put together some people on UpWork with Android NDK experience to build a 64bit shim. Few different options. Use one of the tools that has an exception (Corona Labs, Adobe AIR, Unity) to load the 32bit SO file. Use something like Flutter which compiles to 64bit to load the 32bit SO file. Or compile a 64bit C++ SO file with the Android NDK to loadlibrary the 32bit SO file.
  14. It probably does work since there are actually 3 third party tools with exceptions. Just have to find what Google Play are looking for. I didn't try very hard. http://www.fmxexpress.com/learn-how-to-deploy-delphi-10-3-rio-android-apps-to-google-play-with-android-64-bit-requirements/ I've been banned from Google Play twice before (nothing to do with this) so YMMV.
  15. I've heard if you have a libunity.so in your APK or your project name is unity (so it generates libunity.so) then Google accepts it as a 32bit Unity app. YMMV.