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GetIt Update: RAD Studio 12 GetIt Online Installation Is Now Available

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Embarcadero has now restored RAD Studio 12, Delphi 12 and C++Builder 12 product and trial installation through the online (GetIt-based) installer. This is in addition to the RAD Studio 12 GetIt Packages availability, covered by this blog post.

The build we are making available today is a new inline release, which includes the recently released Patch 1. The trial installation and regular product installation are now based on this new inline release with version number 29.0.51511.6924 (This is displayed in the product Help > About dialog).

Customers on the original RTM version of 12.0 (build version 29.0.50491.5718) can continue using it, can install Patch 1, and can use GetIt packages:

  • If they used the online installation, they cannot add new platforms or features to the product. To do so, customers will have to reinstall the product using the online build (6924) or use the offline (ISO) installer for the RTM build (5718).
  • If they used the offline (ISO) installer, this allows adding platforms and features.

The download of the online installer for the new build is available for registered users on subscription at https://my.embarcadero.com/, with the title of “RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder 12.0 Inline with Patch 1 Web Install”.

The new build (6924) is functionally equivalent to the RTM build (5718) with Patch 1 installed. There is no reason to move from one to the other unless you need to install additional target platforms.

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Marco is one of the RAD Studio Product Managers, focused on Delphi. He's the best selling author of over 20 books on Delphi.


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