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CodeGear RAD Studio 2007 December Update

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 12/18/2007 10:59:22 AM (GMT+1)

As blogged by Nick Hodges, CodeGear just released the December Update for RAD Studio 2007, as well as the update for Delphi 2007 and C++Builder 2007.

Available from the Registered Users Page, the December Update contains a significant number of fixes:

Note: make sure to uninstall all unofficial patches before you try to install the December Update!



Fernando Madruga 07/12/18 12:35:38It's not available (at least not for me and I can see the SP3 downloads). Check out And, BTW, don't just freaking delete everything typed here saying "Sorry, no HTML allowed here!", forcing people to retype comments. I know this is a simple eco blog, but still, that check should either be made before posting or it should be "cleaned": when pretty much every blog site allows for html links, one just won't be expecting the text to be deleted when trying to insert one such link here...
Bob Swart 07/12/18 12:46:11I'm sorry for the "Sorry, no No HTML allowed here!" message, but you should see the comment spam this blog gets if I didn't take it out. I will try to find a better way in the next few weeks (when I have some days off)...
Danny 07/12/18 15:05:57I keep getting the following when I click on the above links. Server Error in '/' Application. Server Too Busy Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
VT Venkatesh 07/12/18 15:22:04The update went off smoothly .I am using XP
I can't install it 07/12/18 19:26:09I deleted the enormous setup files after installation, and I can't now install the patch. How can a patch *require* the original installation files? Is it not enough to have the existing files in my disk to apply the patch???????
Ronald 08/01/08 13:52:27I'm sorry to tell you, but I had the same problem and eventually I downloaden de installation ISO (+4GB so don't use IE) and did a reinstall. Then I could patch is again.
Bob Swart 08/01/08 13:58:21I had the same problem on my old laptop (where I had removed the installation cache), but I managed to solve it by copying the C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\<6AF0EFC6-B937-4704-A430-319EB93F4C12> from my workstation (which still had the cache) to the laptop. That helped, and now my old laptop is also running the December 2007 update...
Gerald Morris 08/02/02 01:10:01Update went smoothly. No problems. WinXP

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