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  1. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Yeah, especially when osx32 takes 9.28 seconds to compile the same project. And osx64 just completed after about 10 minutes with [dccosx64 Fatal Error] F2588 Linker error code: 1 ($00000001). Nice.
  2. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Tried to compile my project for macosx64, but it looks like it got stuck in a loop and is recompiling the same units over and over again.
  3. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Thanks for the help - installing xcode helped. @Uwe Raabe, yep, I'm on subscription.
  4. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    I also deleted and re-added my serial but still cannot get osx64 to compile :( Works fine for osx32, but for osx64 it just prompts to add SDK, After I press OK (with Command Line Tools) nothing happens. All I get is [Error] and Failed in the log.
  5. Erix A.

    Delphi 10.3 Update 2 available

    Just installed from the delphicbuilder10_3_2_496593b.iso and am getting error when starting 10.3.2 (see attach). I checked macosxdebugide260.bpl dependencies and those 2 are missing from my PC: gdbdebugcore260.bpl gdbdebugide260.bpl The only thing (osx64) I was expecting from 10.3.2 and it's not working 😞
  6. Erix A.

    Random app crashes on MacOS

    Huh, solved the issue. Problem was in the C code, which was working fine on Windows, but was failing on MacOS (where gcc is actually clang).
  7. Erix A.

    Random app crashes on MacOS

    I have app, which works fine on Windows and I'm now trying to convert it to MacOS (Mojave). App uses some DLLs, written in C and compiled with gcc. Parameters to C functions are mostly passed as records (enums at the C side). Now, I recompiled the same DLLs as dylibs on a MAC and program works, but I get random crashes in libsystem_malloc, libsystem_platform and so on. I guess there's some issue with the memory management in my program, I just cannot catch it as crashes happen at pretty random places. Is there something special about how memory must be aligned or something when dealing with dylibs in MacOS? I'm loading those libraries dynamically and functions are resolved via GetProcAddress and they are defined as cdecl.
  8. Erix A.

    MacOS development environment

    PC or Mac keyboard/mouse?
  9. Erix A.

    MacOS development environment

    What about the RAM? Is 16 GB enough?
  10. Erix A.

    MacOS development environment

    Are you happy with the VMWare Fusion and are you using the normal or pro version?
  11. Hi, What's the best environment for MacOS development? - MacBook/Mini and running Delphi in Windows via VirtualBox/Parallels? - installing Hackintosh and running Delphi in Windows via VirtualBox/Parallels? - connect to Mac via VNC Viewer? - just have Mac next to the PC and switch over to it each time program is deployed? - other options? I've experimented with running MacOS in VirtualBox. It works, but is damn slow and also I'd like to test my program on a real hardware.
  12. Erix A.

    Can somebody confirm this in 10.3?

    I'm wondering if they are working on this? Just had to remove all 10.3 new features from my project (e.g. declaring variables in the middle of the code) so that I could debug my app in 10.2.
  13. Erix A.

    Can somebody confirm this in 10.3?

    OK, thanks. Reported the bug anyway.
  14. Erix A.

    My first Delphi 10.3 impressions

    It would be nice, if compiler/code completion/error insight/whatever is failing because of this gave a warning about this.
  15. Could somebody confirm this, before I report the error? Here's the full code (simple form with a button on it). When I add break point at the end of procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);, in Delphi 10.2.3 I see the item, which was added, while in 10.3 I only see a pointer to it. unit Unit1; interface uses System.Generics.Collections, Winapi.Windows, Winapi.Messages, System.SysUtils, System.Variants, System.Classes, Vcl.Graphics, Vcl.Controls, Vcl.Forms, Vcl.Dialogs, Vcl.StdCtrls; type TForm1 = class(TForm) Button1: TButton; procedure Button1Click(Sender: TObject); private { Private declarations } public { Public declarations } end; type TItem = class private Ff2: string; Ff1: string; procedure Setf1(const Value: string); procedure Setf2(const Value: string); public property f1: string read Ff1 write Setf1; property f2: string read Ff2 write Setf2; end; type TItemList = class(TObjectList<TItem>); var Form1: TForm1; implementation {$R *.dfm} procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject); var item: TItem; list: TItemList; begin item := TItem.Create; item.f1 := 'f1'; item.f2 := 'f2'; list := TItemList.Create; list.Add(item); end; { TItem } procedure TItem.Setf1(const Value: string); begin Ff1 := Value; end; procedure TItem.Setf2(const Value: string); begin Ff2 := Value; end; end. 10.3 10.2
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