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10.3.1 has been released

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NEW in 10.3.1

 

10.3.1 includes the following enhancements:

 

IDE Productivity Tooling: With Bookmarks, Navigator, and code minimap, developers can quickly move around their code, useful in large units; locate and remember important areas; and visually quickly scroll through their current code within the IDE

 

 

Expanded support for iOS 12 and iPhone X series devices, addressing upcoming App Store requirements

 

 

RAD Server Console UI redesign and migration to the Ext JS framework, providing an enhanced user experience when viewing RAD Server API analytics

 

 

Improved FireDAC support for Firebird 3.0.4 and Firebird embedded

 

 

HTTP and SOAP Client Library Enhancements on Windows

 

 

New VCL Windows and FireMonkey Multi-Device Styles for quickly updating the look and feel of an application

 

 

Fixes to over 150 customer-reported bugs

 

 

Wiki entry:

 

http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Rio/e/index.php/10.3_Rio_-_Release_1

 

 

Specific Bug fixes:

http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Rio/en/New_features_and_customer_reported_issues_fixed_in_RAD_Studio_10.3.1

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Sooooooooo good to know, thanks!I had been looking forward for that!

Now, anybody knows if the update can be applied to the CE, please?

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Excuse me, I download the update e run the installer, but it asks me to UNINSTAL 10.3 versione first… Is this normal for an UPDATE or have I downloaded a wrong version?

 

 

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From their website 

 

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If you have already installed 10.3 Rio released in November 2018, installing build 4899 requires a full uninstall and reinstall to preserve your settings. 

 

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Ok, thank all of you. But all my settings would be preserved? And the add-ins (like IDE FixPack, DDevExtensions, GExperts, etc.) should be re-installed?

Do I answer YES or NO to that question about the registry keys?

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New Delphi, old bugs, including serious:

I think I’m slowly starting to Understand Delphi Hater's blog...

 

RSP-23466

RSP-23320

 

+ hundreds of others....

I wonder if this will ever happen, to manage this product properly,

why do they think that developers needs tons of new usless features instead of making fast and solid current functionality.

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14 minutes ago, Silver Black said:

Do I answer YES or NO to that question about the registry keys?

If you want to keep your settings you should answer NO.

 

The question is about removing the settings.

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11 minutes ago, johnnydp said:

I think I’m slowly starting to Understand Delphi Hater's blog...

First impressions count.

 

D10.3.1.png

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4 minutes ago, Stéphane Wierzbicki said:

Is this with the new update?

Yup.

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37 minutes ago, FredS said:

First impressions count.

 

D10.3.1.png

 

Actually it's "EMB" text compression, probably they should patent it and proudly add in About product information.

Much better than LZ4, LZO or LZMA, because it's 3d multilayer 

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I remember having seen a similar screenshot back in g+ but I can't recall what was the problem, perhaps the font.

 

Nope, there is no solution in the post 

 

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Rather than dive in and install immediately as I did with D10.3, I think I will wait a week and see what the consensus is and any little gotchyas that emerge.

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Installed. Went pretty smooth. Inline variables code insight still not fixed. Other than that seems good. Installed the new Navigator plugin from GetIt.

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6 hours ago, FredS said:

Yup.

No, this bug is since 10.3 and has not been fixed in 10.3.1 (sigh), but it's not a new bug introduced with the 10.3.1 update!!!

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2 hours ago, Silver Black said:

but it's not a new bug

Wasn't there in 10.3, so new to me with 10.3.1.

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Well, there is no more possible to disable this stupid theming stuff (from the IDE).

I've choose a custom color schema and as you see IDE is not correctly painted...

 

And what to say about all these flikers and time needed to display the new color schema.

 

 

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This causes problems with the ide; the GetIT-Package-Manager doesn't work without it for instance. Instead of fixing this problems they removed the option to deactivate this "feature".

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Running update from ISO (never use Webinstall)

 

- no query for uninstalling current version

- update runs and finishes "successfull"

- unable to start Delphi anymore as bds.exe is missing

- free space on hard disk + 20 GB although there still seems to be an installation (but size of directory ~5 GB only)

 

- trying to deinstall before leads to errors from installer which then freezes on cancel

 

- trying second run of update does not change anything

 

Any idea ? Thanks !

 

Edit: Should add that RAD-Studio is installed on D: not on C: 

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@mijn Same here. But I saved IDE settings before updating using Migration tool. So I still hope to install Delphi 10.3.1 without reinstalling all components.

 

P.S. I uninstalled Delphi 10.3 and installed Delphi 10.3.1. All components are here. Only IDE Fix Pack had to be reinstalled.

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What about 64Bit compiler for macOS?

Wasn't that scheduled for Rio Service Pack 1?

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