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Why I always disable Castalia in Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/11/18

I wrote about disabling Castalia before. This is yet another reason why I disabled it: on a fresh install it will throw errors at startup like this one in XE8: http://qc.embarcadero.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=139278

[20441569]{coreide220.bpl} IDEKbd... (Line 586, "IDEKbd.pas" + 0) + $79D
[20441523]{coreide220.bpl} IDEKbd... (Line 586, "IDEKbd.pas" + 0) + $757
[2044168B]{coreide220.bpl} IDEKbd... (Line 586, "IDEKbd.pas" + 0) + $8BF
[2078892A]{coreide220.bpl} KbClient.TKeyboardServices.AddKeyBinding (Line 1455, "KbClient.pas" + 10) + $19
[0DD556A9]{Castalia220.bpl} Castalianavbar.TCastaliaNavToolbarKeyBinding.BindKeyboard + $4D
[2078746B]{coreide220.bpl} KbClient.TIDEKBDFrameAPI.KeyboardChanged (Line 521, "KbClient.pas" + 10) + $16
[20788AF5]{coreide220.bpl} KbClient.CheckUpdate (Line 1490, "KbClient.pas" + 3) + $6
[20788C7E]{coreide220.bpl} KbClient.TKeyboardServices.AddKeyboardBinding (Line 1527, "KbClient.pas" + 31) + $2
[50067002]{rtl220.bpl } System.@IntfCast (Line 36449, "System.pas" + 12) + $0
[0DD55629]{Castalia220.bpl} Castalianavbar.TCastaliaNavToolbarInstallerD8.WndProc + $2D
[2108A075]{designide220.bpl} Events.TEvent.Send (Line 165, "Events.pas" + 2) + $11
[0041D2B7]{bds.exe } AppMain.PostCreateInit (Line 2095, "AppMain.pas" + 72) + $B
[50682FE9]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Controls.TControl.WndProc (Line 7245, "Vcl.Controls.pas" + 91) + $6
[50687B91]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Controls.TWinControl.WndProc (Line 10079, "Vcl.Controls.pas" + 158) + $6
[5068A86D]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Controls.TWinControl.Invalidate (Line 12027, "Vcl.Controls.pas" + 0) + $9
[500605B4]{rtl220.bpl } System.TMonitor.TryEnter (Line 17939, "System.pas" + 10) + $0
[507C1F58]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TCustomForm.WndProc (Line 4427, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 206) + $5
[506871B0]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Controls.TWinControl.MainWndProc (Line 9786, "Vcl.Controls.pas" + 3) + $6
[50172DF4]{rtl220.bpl } System.Classes.StdWndProc (Line 16882, "System.Classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[507CB41F]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage (Line 10352, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 23) + $1
[507CB44A]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessages (Line 10374, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 1) + $4
[0041DE2B]{bds.exe } AppMain.TAppBuilder.ApplicationActivated (Line 2264, "AppMain.pas" + 0) + $7
[50828C27]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.AppEvnts.TCustomApplicationEvents.DoActivate (Line 201, "Vcl.AppEvnts.pas" + 1) + $E
[50829289]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.AppEvnts.TMultiCaster.DoActivate (Line 422, "Vcl.AppEvnts.pas" + 5) + $8
[507CA8E6]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.WndProc (Line 9949, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 126) + $C
[50172DF4]{rtl220.bpl } System.Classes.StdWndProc (Line 16882, "System.Classes.pas" + 8) + $0
[507CC78D]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.CancelHint (Line 11181, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 6) + $D
[507CB41F]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.ProcessMessage (Line 10352, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 23) + $1
[507CB462]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.HandleMessage (Line 10382, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 1) + $4
[507CB795]{vcl220.bpl } Vcl.Forms.TApplication.Run (Line 10520, "Vcl.Forms.pas" + 26) + $3

–jeroen

One Response to “Why I always disable Castalia in Delphi”

  1. H von Crusty said

    Yes, I spent weeks dealing with Embacadero support trying to resolve this start up error on Berlin (which involved multiple reinstallations). Finally somebody (not with Embacadero) advised me to disable Castalia Key Bindings. Viola, problem fixed.

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