Tuesday, May 4, 2010

REAL Studio 2010r2 Now Shipping!

REAL Studio 2010 Release 2 introduces 17 new features and 68 improvements. Improved database connectivity, reporting, ActiveX and IDE printing can be found in this release. Also flickering in Windows applications that occurred when several different types of controls were moved or resized, has been greatly reduced. Finally, this release adds more DLL placement options and a new TextEncoding feature that determines if a string is correctly encoded or not.

The complete list of improvements and new features in REAL Studio 2010 Release 2 can be found in the release notes in the product download section, http://www.realsoftware.com/download.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why did REAL Studio 2010r2 ship with a six month old version of SQLite instead of one of the four newer versions?

Geoff Perlman said...

Because we support database encryption, we have to wait for the database encryption module to be updated. It's not updated with each release. Also, we prefer to wait 30 days after a new SQLite version has been released just to make sure there are no big issues with it. Most likely, we will update the SQLIte engine for REAL Studio 2010 R3.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for explaining!

Wahyu Primadi said...

Is Real Studio 2010 R2 support for Vista/7 UAC & custom EXE Manifest (eg. run as invoker, administrator, etc)??? thnx :D

William@REAL said...

@Wahyu
You cannot customize the manifest at this time in REAL Studio (although you could through a resource editor like PE Explorer)

Anonymous said...

Is there still a plan to support the LLVM?

Geoff Perlman said...

Yes, we still plan to support LLVM. LLVM for RBScript should ship in 2010 R3. We are already working on supporting LLVM for the main compiler but I can't give you a specific time-frame for that yet.

Adam Osborne said...

Hi Geoff, it is great you have done so much work on better activeX support, but can we please have some updated examples of how to use it.

Cheers

Adam

Adam Osborne said...
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Geoff Perlman said...

There should be documentation on how to use ActiveX. Obviously (or perhaps not obviously) it's only supported on Windows and only from the Windows IDE.