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If you use Delphi or RAD Studio 10.2.2, ensure you have the latest one installed (build 2004) as it fixes some binary DCU incompatibility bugs 

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/12/19

Not all updates are equal, so if you use Delphi or RAD Studio 10.2.2, ensure you have the latest one installed (build 2004) as it fixes some binary DCU incompatibility bugs in the old one (build 1978).

You can get the web-install for that build from [WayBack] 30806 RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder 10.2 Release 2 Web Install which states:

We have updated RAD Studio 10.2.2 to address an issue that caused incompatibility problems for a number of third party components.This build (build 2004) replaces the previously released RAD Studio 10.2.2 build (build 1978).

The updated 10.2.2 build requires a full uninstall and reinstall. You will be able to preserve your configuration settings as part of the reinstall.

The new 10.2.2 update build 2004 fixes errors in the old 10.2.2 update build 1978 like:

  • when compiling “F2051 Unit %s was compiled with a different version of System.Generics.Collections.TArray.Sort”
  • when loading BPLs “Cannot find entry point…”

Via: [WayBack] Looks like there was an update to the update. “This CodeCentral entry was updated on Dec 17, 2017 We have updated RAD Studio 10.2.2 to address an issu… – Lars Fosdal – Google+

In that thread, various people have confirmed this build indeed fixes these issues.

–jeroen

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