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Delphi and Xcode scary thought

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/01/05

With Xcode updating frequently and Delphi about yearly and often taking more than 1 go at fixing things, you get this scary thought:

Scott Pinkham

I’ve learned to not update Xcode, OSX or iOS until absolutely necessary, and even then I usually stick with an older version of Xcode that is known to be compatible with Delphi. It takes a while for Embaradero/Idera to fix issues every time Apple makes some breaking change. I recommend rolling back to an earlier version if you can.

via: [WayBackHello, I upgraded my Xcode to the latest version 8.2.1 and ios SDK 10.2 Now…

–jeroen

3 Responses to “Delphi and Xcode scary thought”

  1. Esteban Pacheco said

    It sounds like what will usually happen with any provider that uses a third party product. We go through it with third party components within Delphi so nothing new. If your goal is to have the latest bleeding edge then you have to go with their local language, but without enjoying the development commodities that Delphi gives you.

  2. Joseph Mitzen said

    This sounds like the always a version behind problem that defeated Delphi.net.

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