With the new, LSP-based CodeInsight in RAD Studio 10.4 Sydney, CodeInsight in the Uses clause is much more useful.
It’ll let you search for all the standard VCL/FMX/RTL units, as well as any unused units in your project. Combined with the new searching where it matches entries containing what you’ve typed, not just those starting with what you’ve typed, and I find myself using it a lot more.
However, what about all your own units, and 3rd party ones, that you use but don’t add into your project? How do you get it to show them?
For many people, part of upgrading to a new version of RAD Studio is getting updated versions of any third-party components or tools they depend on.
So we’ve started making a list of all the Tool and Component vendors who have announced 10.4 support. We’ll keep this updated, and if you know of one that we’ve missed, let us know in the comments and we’ll add it.
Starting with 10.4, Embarcadero is using the GetIt Package Manager to deliver patches. However, those of you who installed from the Offline Installer (the ISO file) might experience errors when you do this.
We’ve seen two different error messages:
Cannot load data from the server: Cannot open file
Cannot load data from the server: “RADStudio.json” metadata file does not exist. Setup cannot continue due to a corrupted installation file.
Apologies for the image quality, these came via email from customers.
If, like me, you were busy inspecting the inside of your eyelids when Embarcadero ran the RAD Studio 10.4 Sydney launch webinar the other morning, you’ll be happy to know that they’ve posted the replay.
Recently we were updating a system we had built for one of our customers. One of the things we needed to do was update the macOS applications for 64bit.
There are 3 applications in the suite that support macOS, and the first two converted very smoothly thanks to the 64bit macOS support in RAD Studio 10.3.3. Pretty much all that was needed was a recompile and to run them through the automated test suite.
However, the third one was a little trickier, so I wanted to document it here for anyone (including me) who strikes it in future.
There have been several patches, fixes and workarounds released recently for RAD Studio 10.3.3. They can be a bit hard to keep track of, so we’ll try and keep this post up to date with links to all of them.
I’m sure they’ll roll up into an update at some point, but if any of these affect you directly, you can grab them individually: