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GExperts 1.3.17 is available on the download page and on Thomas Mueller's web site. This release contains some bugfixes and new features, including a new tool to filter exceptions. If you use Delphi 10.4, you must install Update 1 before before installing this release. Note that there is a GExperts forum at Delphi Praxis where you can discuss GExperts with other users.

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We have initial support for Delphi/RAD Studio XE3 available for download in GExperts 1.37 Beta 1. This includes a few small changes such as code preview for the Components to Code tool, better support for indented Message Dialog code, and a feature to close opened but unmodified files and force-show modified files when running Set Component Properties. It also includes an initial attempt to re-introduce the Grep Search "Ignore Comments" feature.

GExperts 1.36 is now available for download for Delphi 6 through RAD Studio XE2. This release also fixes errors some people were seeing with the replace components tool in XE/XE2 and includes several other minor features and fixes as detailed in the Readme.txt file.

We now have a pre-release of GExperts 1.35 available for download that supports RAD Studio XE2. We especially appreciate your help testing FireMonkey and 64-bit compatibility, support for unit scope prefixes, etc.

GExperts 1.35 has been released and is available for download. It supports Delphi 6 - RAD Studio XE. The latest changes are documented in the Readme.txt, including subgroup support for grep regular expression search/replace, a fix for the bug reporting tool disappearing, and changes to allow multiple groups of favorite files and relative paths in your favorite file lists, to support project or task-specific favorite file lists.

GExperts 1.34 has been released and is available for download. It supports Delphi 6 - RAD Studio XE. The latest changes are documented in the Readme.txt, including XE support, a new tool to automatically set the FocusControl property of labels, grep search directory/file exclusion, and other small tweaks and fixes.

B.) Download the latest from (If you get a compile error or runtime error using this zip file for any of the steps below -- don't be discouraged! Re-download the zip file on the following day and try again. This zip file gets updated every day and there is a chance that there may be some bugs/errors on any given day.)

From XE8 onwards, Delphi includes a new GetIt tool that offers a catalog of third party components, and allows them to be automatically downloaded and installed. The same stable ICS versions listed above should be available from GetIt.

This is the easiest way to get the latest version. These packages are built from the version control repositories automatically when they change and are refreshed once a day. To use the latest OpenSSL version, download this snapshot. Note the snapshot includes the latest version of the OpenSSL DLLs.

OpenSSL 1.0.2 and later are only supported by ICS v8, v7 is no longer updated for new OpenSSL versions. The 64-bit DLLs are only for use with Delphi applications compiled for the 64-bit platform, the 32-bit DLLs work on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows with 32-bit applications. Note that ICS V8.24 dated 3rd March 2016 and later included the latest OpenSSL 1.0.2 Win32 files to avoid a separate download. This was a long term support version for which free support ceased at the end of 2019, but paid support from OpenSSL continues for those needing it. ICS V8.65 is the last version to support 1.0.2.

The browser demo is in the ICS nightly zip, in the folder samples\delphi\browserdemo, the project is FrameBrowserIcs.dpr. An executable version of the new demo may also be downloaded from here, built with HtmlViewer 11.8 and ICS V8.69, using Delphi 11.0.

The HtmlViewer component must be downloaded and installed before the demo can be built. The demo is based on FrameBrowserIndy project but with various enhancements, specifically display of all HTTP, SSL and some or all HTML traffic which makes it very useful for debugging the THttpCli component. Recent versions of HtmlViewer also include FrameBrowserIcs.dpr but it has been changed substantially from the ICS version and I've been unable to build it.

This is an overview of the RAD Studio download links from version 2007 until version 10.4 and for downloading Delphi 7.The RAD Studio installation links can be used for the installation of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder.

On our website, you can find the complete information about our products including sample add-ins with source code, the HOWTOs section, flash videos and Developer Guides and Class References. Every download includes demo projects (sample add-ins and/or applications) that will help you to quickly start with the product. See the Demo Projects folder after instaling.

To can display additional graphic formats in TXDBGrid (*.pcx, *.scr, *.tif, *.eps, etc.) you should download GraphicEx library by Mike Lischke (Mozilla Public Licence 1.1) and register the Professional version (with source) of a package.

The packages shown on these pages are distributed as Shareware. Using this page, you may download their Trial versions. The Trial version of package can be used only when Delphi or C++Builder is running. Each package contains in addition a set of demo programs, excellent context help system (over 1000 topics) and printable Developer's Guide in *.pdf format. They let you know all new component's advatages. If you find them useful and you would to receive the full version, you should register the package.

You can also download ready to use Demo applications recompiled with Professional version of a package. The source code of Demos is included in the packages along with additional *.bat file, designed for that quick compilation.

All material on this web site is Copyright 2014 - 2022 unSigned, s. r. o. All Rights Reserved. To download RAD & Installer EULA click this link (rad-installer-eula.rtf, 84 kB).

improved DestroyIpcQueue to avoid leaks and freezes improved Chrome sandbox uninjection improved "FOLLOW_JMP" to work with Bitdefender x64 CreateIpcQueue supports a custom security descriptor [delphi] fixed: initialization could eventually (rarely) crash [driver] fixed: another potential Windows 10 crash (32+64bit) [driver] fixed: wow64 injection freeze in XP/2003 (x64 only) [driver] fixed: VirtualBox x64 injection freeze in Windows 7

improved DestroyIpcQueue to avoid leaks and freezes improved Chrome sandbox uninjection improved "FOLLOW_JMP" to work with Bitdefender x64 [delphi] fixed: initialization could eventually (rarely) crash [driver] fixed: another potential Windows 10 crash (32+64bit)

fixed: injecting multiple 32bit dlls in x64 OS crashed fixed: uninjecting DLL twice at the same time crashed fixed: IPC messages sometimes contained wrong session id fixed: incompatability with MSVC++ 2012 on Windows 8 added support for csrss injection in Windows 8 added new FOLLOW_JMP flag for HookAPI/Code fixed crash when hooking system APIs in x64 MSSQL [delphi] fixed: 64bit injection crash when using Delphi XE2/3 [driver] fixed: Verifier blue screens when using ex/include lists [driver] fixed: closing processes in x64 OSs sometimes froze [driver] fixed: injection failure with MSVC++ 2012 hook dlls

When clicking the "Download" link, the zip-archived Clever Internet Suite installation will be downloaded. If you click the "Run Installer" link, the Clever Internet Suite installation will run immediately after downloading from our website.

The sample projects are available to demonstrate the functionality of Clever Internet Suite components. These are included in the Clever Internet Suite installer or by downloading zip-archived demo projects from the links below. (Note: The zip archives include both the source code and compiled demo applications. All compiled demos run directly without needing to be installed).

One thing you need to watch out for is that the TPerlRegEx versions you can download here as well as those included with Delphi XE, XE2, and XE3 use UTF8String properties and all the Offset and Length properties are indexes to those UTF-8 strings. This is because at that time PCRE only supported UTF-8 and using UTF8String avoids repeated conversions. If performance is critical, you should use TPerlRegEx instead of TRegEx with these versions of Delphi. If your data is already UTF-8, you can pass the UTF-8 directly to TPerlRegEx. If your data uses another encoding, you can control when the conversion to UTF-8 happens to avoid repeated conversions of the same data.

Please download the .Net Core for Delphi edition that matches your intended development environment. The .Net Core for Delphi Trial Edition is a fully functional Professional Edition, that has the only trial limitation - 30 day trial period.

To install OpenSSL in a 32-bit or 64-bit Windows, you need to copy the libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll dynamic library files to your file system, you can download them from one of these locations:

Optional: Save any of the following files to the same folder as ImageEn_10.3.5T_Trial.exe to avoid downloading them during installation (XE2 and newer: you need to download both the 32 and 64bit zips):

The update itself should be in the RAD Studio Registered Users Updates page, but it is not there yet. So how do you get it? I'd suggest a direct download (again, only for registered users, after they log in) from the Code Central site at Since under Windows 7 (with UAC enabled) the automatic "check for updates" as you run the RAD Studio IDE is broken, I tried (as suggested in the release notes) manually activating the "Check for Updates" entry in the RAD Studio program group. This run and found the updates, as you can see below, but continuing it ended up in some limbo: the user interface disappeared and while the program kept running it seemed to get no where. I feared it might have be waiting for some input or UAC permission... but with no user interface it was hard to tell. I might have waited more time, but decided to stop it after some time (The reason it didn't actually work is detailed later). RAD Studio installation and updates are clearly still not very UAC-friendly.


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