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What are vcle.lib and rtle.lib?

Solving an interesting issue upgrading a project from Classic to Clang. A recent blog comment asked for help where a Clang project was linking to vcle.lib, but the library did not exist in the Clang linking path (lib/win32c/release): it’s present only for the classic compiler in lib/win32/release. (Note the C in win32c, meaning Clang.) Why? If you see this error, how do you resolve it and…
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Available Today: the C++Builder and RAD Studio 11.1.5 C++ Code Insight Update

We’re very pleased to release C++Builder and RAD Studio 11.1.5 ‘C++ Code Insight Update’. This is a quality release focused on C++ Code Insight and related features for C++. Being tightly focused on C++, the 11.1.5 C++ Code Insight Update has no benefit for Delphi customers and we do not recommend Delphi customers to install it. Other than the C++ Code Insight changes, 11.1.5 is identical in…
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Windows 11 Win32 Debugging Patch for RAD Studio 11.1

A new patch (or hotfix) for RAD Studio 11.1 is now available. The patch addresses a problem that occurs when debugging Win32 apps on Windows 11, in which the IDE appears to freeze at times. When evaluating watches with side effects, opening the Threads view to switch…
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Bookmarks and Navigator are available for RAD Studio 11!

Bookmarks and Navigator, originally known as the Parnassus plugins, are some of our most-requested IDE addons. We’re very glad to let you know they are now available in GetIt for RAD Studio 11. To install, go to the Tools menu in the IDE, GetIt Package Manager, and select the IDE Plugins section in the category selector on the left: Bookmarks is a developer-favourite addon that replaces the…
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Celebrating 25 Years of C++Builder!

25 years ago, something amazing happened in the world of C++… C++Builder is 25! On 26th February 1997, Borland released the first version of C++Builder. Coming on the heels of Turbo C and Turbo C++ (with which it shared a lot of technology) and the popularity of Delphi…
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Building Good with C++Builder Contest Results

Hello! Recently we ran a competition among anyone using C++Builder to enter the apps they’ve built which ‘do good’ – to solve a problem or help the world. We got some great entries addressing all sorts of problems, from environmental to working during the pandemic, and we’re very pleased now to share the contest results for these apps — Doing Good with C++Builder. 1st Place…
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