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IMPLICITBUILDING in your .dpk files: a Delphi XE2 specific thing

The Wiert Corner – While upgrading a truckload of Delphi stuff for a client, I came across the IMPLICITBUILDING directive in a few .dpk files that Delphi XE2 sometimes inserts but XE8 doesn’t. This appears to be a Delphi XE2 specific thing that in younger Delphi versions has been solved properly SolarWind‘s answer on Stack Overflow:  The compiler directives which appear between the $IFDEF IMPLICITBUILDING and $ENDIF are normally passed as parameters by the compiler when explicitly compiling a package. Because these options change based on the configuration (debug / release) and target platform ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2016-10-18 14:04


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