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When the Delphi IDE gets slow…

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/24

A few tips for when the Delphi IDE gets slow, try these step by step:

  1. Install Delphi Fix-Pack by Andreas Hausladen (a.k.a. Andy)
  2. Disable “Error Insight”
  3. Disable or install LiveBindings related packages

The first can be hard to find as his site disallows search engine indexing, but I’ve written about it before delphi fixpack andy.

The second step is not a package, but an IDE setting:

The last step involves packages like these (package path followed by package description in the order of the registry):

$(BDSBIN)\dclBindCompFireDAC220.bpl            LiveBinding Expression Components FireDac
$(BDSBIN)\dclbindcomp220.bpl                   Embarcadero LiveBindings Components
$(BDSBIN)\dclbindcompvcl220.bpl                Embarcadero LiveBindings Components VCL
$(BDSBIN)\dclbindcompdbx220.bpl                LiveBindings Expression Components DbExpress
$(BDSBIN)\dclbindcompfmx220.bpl                Embarcadero LiveBindings Components FireMonkey

In those, $(BDSBIN) and $(BDS)\Bin point to the same directory.

Parts via: [WayBack] EDIT: Pretty sure Fix-Pack solved the speed issue, as I installed it and things started flying. I was trying to be as stock as possible, in order to und… – Vin Colgin – Google+



One Response to “When the Delphi IDE gets slow…”

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