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RAD XE10

PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 7:51 am
by Lena

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:57 am
by Lena

Re: RAD XE 10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 8:01 am
by Lena
Bug fix list for RAD Studio 10 Seattle
http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/44561

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:48 am
by jayden
Im all for the focus on W10, however I feel that FireMonkey is starting to fall behind the likes of Xamarin for mobile development. It would have been nice to have better ways to access native component's and libraries. But looks good so far!

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:05 am
by smd
I think I will wait a week or two before updating to XE10. Takes that long for them to figure out the major bugs and for the third parties to tweak their products. With XE8 I was shut down for 3 days because my third party libraries had issues with the new version and it took a few days for them to fix the issues.

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 11:29 am
by macicogna
Hi all,

Just an unimportant comment.

We mentioned "XE10" here, but it seems that a new "denomination" fork is ready to be launched.

I think they gave up "XE" era and present us the new "C++Builder <Number> <Codename>" mark and the first one has direct association with "Windows 10". Don't you agree this might, at least, seems awkward for a release of a multi-platform IDE?

Man, I hope Embarcadero's marketing guys have planned or thought about the following releases. In other words, will the number "11" sync with next Windows OS release too? In six months? Nahh...

Maybe "C++Builder 15.9" would sounds too simple or too intuitive, isn't it? I think the Code::Block community will not rise any plagiarism motion.

I don't know... I try, but this Embarcadero's phase looks like fuzzy for me.

Best,

Marcelo.

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:22 pm
by smd
They have a new naming scheme

C++ is now CX
Delphi is now DX
Rad Studio is now RX

I notice that they now have full support for clang C++11. However looking down the compatibility details, the Apple compilers do not support those language extensions. So need to keep using the old school (which I prefer anyway) C/C++ bcc compiler. XE10 defaults to the BCC compiler, requires selecting to use the clang compiler to use the C++11 extensions.

Personally I do not see the need for those extensions. The extensions are creeping away from the fundamental concepts and ideals of the C language.

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 3:54 pm
by jayden
I am still quite surprised they have not given support to Windows Phone, documented any support for iOS 9 features such as the integrated spotlight search or Apple Pay or Android Marshmallow & Android Pay. Considering they market Appmethod as cross-platform development and RAD as well one would think they would do this!

The Dockwiki says that the new CLANG 11 supports Lambda's but I thought bcc supported this anyway?

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 3:42 pm
by rlebeau
jayden wrote:I am still quite surprised they have not given support to Windows Phone


WP's market share is still too small to warrant the effort.

jayden wrote:documented any support for iOS 9 features such as the integrated spotlight search or Apple Pay


iOS 9 is not supported yet.

FireMonkey Platform Prerequisites | iOS Requirements

The following iOS devices are supported:
iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad
iOS 7
iOS 8


RAD Studio 10 Seattle | Feature Matrix

FMX Application Platform for creating native iOS applications for iOS 7.x and iOS 8.x, for both ARMv7 and ARM 64-bit. Supports iOS 8.4.


jayden wrote:or Android Marshmallow & Android Pay


Android Marshmallow is not supported yet.

Android Devices Supported for Application Development

jayden wrote:The Dockwiki says that the new CLANG 11 supports Lambda's but I thought bcc supported this anyway?


No, it did not.

C++0x Features Index

C++11 Language Features Compliance Status

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 9:17 am
by Lena

Re: RAD XE10

PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 1:10 am
by Lena
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