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C++Builder Optimization Guide with TwineCompile

In this post we’re going to be covering tips and tricks on how you can optimize your C++Builder projects to compile as fast as possible. While we’ll definitely be spending some time looking at optimizations geared for use with TwineCompile, some of these tricks apply to C++Builder in general. C++Builder and TwineCompile include a lot of functionality that’s designed to optimize compile…
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Open Source C++ Libraries in C++Builder 10.4.2

C++ has a wide ecosystem. One of our key goals with C++Builder is to ensure you can take advantage of the libraries other C++ developers write. With each release we’ve been working on the RTL and STL to ensure it is of a high quality and has great compatibility &#8211…
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Boost for C++Builder 10.3.1 - now available!

The Boost library is now available for C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.3.1. Boost is a very important third party C++ library, and one many of our customers request support for.It’s taken us longer than we had hoped, but I’m very glad to announce it’s available in the GetIt package manager today. You can find it by opening GetIt (Tools menu, GetIt Package Manager) and either…
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Quickly find add-ons with new GetIt categories

We have added a number of new categories to the GetIt Package Manager in 10.2 Tokyo to make it easier to find what you’re looking for in GetIt. The GetIt Package Manager can be accessed through the Tools menu in the IDE. Here’s the new list of categories…