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Getting the internal TeeChart version numbers

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/08/30

Even though TeeChart uses a year and minor version number during installation, that’s not the only version number available or used.

For instance their bug reporting site bugs.teechart.net uses build versions.

They are easy to get for your product: just look at the units TeeConst, VCLTee.TeeConst or FMXTee.Constants having consts like these:

TeeChartVersion =String('9'); // Cast to String to force CPP *.hpp generation as AnsiString instead of AnsiChar
TeeProductName =String('2015');
TeeVCLMinorVersion ='.15'; // ie: '.01' '.02' , etc
TeeVCLBuildVersion ='150420'; //YYMMDD
TeeVCLBuildVersionInteger = 150420; // <-- Same as above as integer number

You probably get the drift:

  • TeeProductName.TeeVCLMinorVersion is what you see when installed.
  • TeeVCLBuildVersion is what is on the bug report site.
  • TeeChartVersion is in the package names.

It’s sort of documented as well: Steema Central • View topic – How to find TeeChart version number at runtime?

–jeroen

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