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New in C++Builder 10.2.3: C++ Rename Refactoring

Yesterday, we released RAD Studio 10.2.3! Over the next week, we’ll be blogging about some of the new features. Today I’d like to look at the introduction of rename refactoring for C++. Whatis refactoring? Over time, code grows and changes. You need to maintain it: in fact, one sign of a good programmer is keeping the codebase clean: well organised,well…
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10.2.2 Welcome Page and Documentation Hotfix

In RAD Studio 10.2.2, we updated the Welcome page with new functionality: upcoming events, a Youtube feed from our channel, and sample applications. We also elevated documentation to its own tab inside the IDE. Unfortunately, for English versions of the IDE only…
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New in 10.2.2: Component icons

In RAD Studio 10.2.2, we have a number of UI upgrades (the new dark theme and welcome page and startup). But we have one more which I’m very pleased with and would like to share with you today: we’ve redone the component icons. Old icons – what’s wrong with them? Delphi and C++’s component icons have been a mix of styles. Many date back twenty years, and have…
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New in 10.2.2: C++ and Debugger Improvements

In RAD Studio 10.2.2, we’ve made a number of great quality improvements for the C++ toolchain and for the debugger for both C++ and Delphi. Debugger Linux:many fixes when evaluating, especially when passing records or arrays Android: Android debugging was broken…
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New in 10.2.2: installer enhancements

In RAD Studio 10.2.2, we havemade some changes to the installer that should make installation a much nicer experience. License Manager When installing RAD Studio (or just Delphi or C++Builder),unless you are upgrading you will often be asked to enter a license code. This dialog used to look rather outdated, and in 10.2.2 it now looks like this: You can see that the layout still…
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New in 10.2.2: Dark IDE Theme!

In Delphi and C++Builder 10.2.2, we’ve added acommonly requested and exciting new feature: a dark IDE theme. Many productivity tools, or tools that areused for many hours in a row – and RAD Studio certainly falls into that category – offer a…