Thursday, March 10, 2005

Delphi Configuration Manager Version 2 is now available!

Here is a list including some of the changes made:

  1. Modification of Component Packages, Assemblies and Experts to be setup with particular configuration. [ adding assemblies is not supported and will be coming in an update ]
  2. Import / Export of configurations in REG format.
  3. [Bug] Fix to bug where running a Delphi config causes DCM to wait until Delphi has been closed (this is already fixed)
  4. [Bug] Issue with spaces in configuration names (fixed)
  5. [Major] Copy current IDE settings to the new configuration (allowing certain keys to be confirmed prior to copying).
  6. Check for new versions being available.
  7. Keep registry settings under one key. Thanks to Ralf for the tip.
  8. Tighten up the naming of new configurations
  9. InstallAware used for the installation. A special thanks to Sinan for answering my questions. It's a breeze to use and with the new version just released, it's well worth a look!
  10. [Bug] Configuration Launcher now works properly.
  11. Implement Configuration Cloning. [ feature also available in IDE Addin ]
  12. Add Upgrade support for users of previous version. (Version 1.6 only supported for upgrades).
  13. Added options dialog for Delphi Configuration Manager. [ more options will come in an update ]
  14. Added an options dialog for Configurations that allows you to modify some options for your IDE that aren't surfaced in the IDE user interface. [ more options will come in an update ]
  15. Further improvements made to enhance the Large Font users experience.
  16. [Bugs] Couple of bugs address around the installation of the IDE AddIn.
  17. Improve error handling when reading from the XML data files.
  18. Only display installed Delphi versions in the Version drop down on the Add Config dialog.
  19. Don't allow the user to exit the Add Config dialog without either filling out all fields appropriately, or selecting cancel.
  20. Created a Help File*

To download the latest version click here.

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