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How to build delphi projects for WIN64 when units inside it uses DesignEditors DesignIntf?


How to build delphi projects for WIN64 when units inside it uses DesignEditors DesignIntf?

By : Chanhee Hong
Date : November 18 2020, 11:13 AM
should help you out It sounds like you have a package which is both design-time and run-time combined into one. In most scenarios however, you must split your package into two different packages. One package is run-time (where you implement all of your actual library), and the other is design-time (which exposes your library to the IDE).
That being said, the design-time packages must work directly with the Delphi IDE. The Delphi IDE is 32bit, so the design-time package must also be 32bit. Whereas, your run-time package will support whatever platforms are needed. Your design-time package is only responsible for registering your components, property editors, etc. to the IDE.
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By : ppd
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Sharing units between applications always carries the risk of incompatible changes done in one application that breaks the other. On the other hand, making copies of these units is even worse, so your approcach of moving them to their own subdirectory at least adds a psychological barrier to changing them without considering other programs.
As for adding them to the project files: I usually add some units which I frequently access (either for expanding or for reference) from the IDE to the project, and leave others out for the compiler to pick using the search path. I do that on per project basis, that means, some units may be part of several projects, why not?
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By : Anurag
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Nothing has changed. Your design-time package should require designide.dcp and the necessary runtime package. Designide contains what you need.
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By : user3401827
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Delphi compiles its source code into raw binary - in constract e.g. to Java or C#/.Net which compiles into some intermediate language, which could be easily un-compiled, and often require obfuscation. Decompilation tools for Delphi are very rough and ineffective - even the most sophisticated ones.
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By : user65079
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I've just come across this exact problem.
In my Drag/Drop components, although I support Delphi 5 through Delphi 2010, I only distribute the dof files. I do this to avoid having to keep the dof and dproj files in sync. Now all of a sudden the search path setting from the dof files are not being exported to the dproj files.
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By : ZUBORNYÁK Tibor
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . The answer to your question is Yes, you can use that function from inside a worker thread's execute procedure. You might want to consider refining your SQL to only SELECT the field LASTPRET instead of SELECT *.
For an extended discussion on what "thread safe" means refer to this SO question What does threadsafe mean?
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