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  1. TotteKarlsson

    Does C++ Builder have code completion?

    Interesting observation. And it is also an important observation. Glad you 'got it working'! You are lucky! Obviously, there is something buggy about it, and perhaps I am just "unlucky" that it does not work for me. Maybe it will work after a reboot Sunday morning at 9.45am? I will try out the 64bit compiler to see if that makes a difference.
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    Getit error

    I currently get the following error when I select 'updates'. It says, Setup cannot continue due to a corrupted installation file. Any ideas what this one is about?
  3. TotteKarlsson

    [ilink32 Error] Fatal: Unable to open file 'DATA.OBJ'

    I did. Not to be found anywhere. This problem popped up while reorganizing code into several individual packages. I do believe I got this fixed by changing my own pragmas. This 'type' ( no lib extension, #pragma comment(lib, "bindcomp") into this #pragma comment(lib, "bindcomp.bpi") I suspect using the first #pragma links static libs into the package, which could be fine. But then, when a package links to a package that have statically linked packages, I get linker errors. Wonder why the linker can't reveal the reference?
  4. TotteKarlsson

    Does C++ Builder have code completion?

    I have 10.4.2 and are using the 32 bit clang compiler. I have zero (0!) code completion functionality. There is just nothing happening when trying to "complete" anything. Creating an empty project, however, and using the clang32 compiler, seems to kind of work, although it takes a long time for anything to show, like more than 10 seconds. Note; I do have a modern 8 core CPU and bunch of RAM. In my larger project, there is zero code completion. It simply doesn't work. Any tips on this ? I have been trying to migrate to clang for years, but it seems that each time that I am trying, I have to go back to bcc32 because the IDE is not usable.
  5. I am restructuring a project (a VCL Forms application) to use bcc32c instead of the classic compiler. I'm stuck at this linker error: [ilink32 Error] Fatal: Unable to open file 'DATA.OBJ' Anyone knowing what library I should/could add in the following pragma. #pragma comment(lib, "the-import-lib") Or if there is another way to find out where the linker error comes from.
  6. TotteKarlsson

    Getit doesnt getit

    Found an answer to my own question here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/32740940/how-to-reset-the-download-when-the-getit-package-manager-fails Worked perfect!
  7. TotteKarlsson

    Getit doesnt getit

    Hello, I installed Konopka Controls in C++ Builder 10.4.2 using getit. Something went wrong and the controls never showed up on the Palette. I'm now trying to uninstall and are getting this (see screenshot): Any pointers on how to 'reset' getit or getit working?? I'm trying to work on an application that are using these controls, but the IDE don't let me, as the absence of these controls results in unresolved externals etc.. -tk
  8. TotteKarlsson

    Twine compile bypasses some IDE settings, like saving on compile

    Perfect. I'll check that out. Thanks!
  9. TotteKarlsson

    Is this C++ builders new FORUM ???

    Devastating.. just look at this "thread". Completely unorganized after just a few replies. Like a text message thread, but worse. And wondering when this site is to be retired? Next week, a year?? There is no guarantee at all on a site like this, as I can see it. Kind of ridiculous.. very sad.
  10. TotteKarlsson

    Getit package manager in 10.4

    Thanks for the reply Lars! But actually, getting back to this problem, after 24 hours, it seems to have been an Embarcadero server being down, as today it works fine! This without changing any hidden variable in the registry, or executing esoteric commands on the command line... -tk
  11. TotteKarlsson

    Getit package manager in 10.4

    I have C++ builder 10.3 and 10.4 installed on my system. In 10.3, the Getit package manager seem to work properly. In 10.4, on the other hand, I get this screen: The Getit manager used to work in 10.4, but now its broken and I have no clue on how to fix it..?? Any thoughts? It seems it donwloads some stuff, as it populates the number of available packages, categories etc.. I did this on the commandline "GetItCmd.exe -c=useonline" -tk
  12. TotteKarlsson

    Is this C++ builders new FORUM ???

    Wow.. That's too bad. Dropping 20 years(?) of discussions on the VCL etc. Some really great reads.
  13. TotteKarlsson

    Is this C++ builders new FORUM ???

    Hello, Is this now the 'official' C++ builder forum? What happened to the old one and the vast amount of information accumulated there? -tk
  14. Does anyone know how to get source files to be saved upon using TwineCompile and C++ builder 10.4 ? Enabling saving on the Tools->Options->Saving and Desktoip -> "save files when compiling or running" , works fine with Twine compile disabled, but not when enabled. -tk
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