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ANN: Delphi Package Selector v1.10 Released

I’m proud to announce that Delphi Package Selector v1.10 is available for download. For additional information, please go to Delphi Package Selector Page.

  1. Aleksey Timohin
    August 12, 2007 at 12:37 am

    Thank you for this nice tool.

    Looks like I found “something like a bug” in it. In June, i have tried your tool, and tuned my Delphi packages, to load only packages i use and saved in a Package Selection file “MyWorkPackages”.

    Now (in august) i launch this tool again, loaded “MyWorkPackages” Package Selection file that was saved in june, disabled some packages and applied changes.
    But, since June i have installed some new components and all of them dissapeared after applying update:(

  2. Aleksey Timohin
    August 12, 2007 at 12:39 am

    And here’s something like feature request:

    Is it possible to add Refresh button on main panel(near Load/Save) which rescans registry. To use in cases, when some package properties were modified in Delphi IDE.

  3. bprasetio
    August 13, 2007 at 12:29 pm

    Hello Aleksey..

    About your ‘new components lost’, Its not a bug, its true, I forgot to mention it before. When you apply (load from saved configuration), the configuration information (registry) is cleared and overwritten with the new one. All components list are rolled-back to the time you saved it. And its the meaning of ‘save and load’.

    Second, about your feature request, I would add it to my to-do-list.

    Last, I qould like to thank for your feedback. I really appreciate it.


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