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Record Number of Issues Addressed in RAD Studio 10.4

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Record Number of Issues Addressed in RAD Studio 10.4

  Alt 29. Mai 2020, 13:30
RAD Studio 10.4 has a nice set of new features, now covered in several blog post and in the announcement webinar (the replay is available at*

The 10.4 release also addressed*a large number of issues, including fixes*for over 700 publicly reported issues on Quality Portal (QP).*You can see a (partial) list of the fixed issues*in the product documentation at:*

The large number of issues resolved is also visible in the Created vs. Resolved chart (limited to bugs) on QP:

This is a continuously updated graph that you can see in one of the QP dashboards at

Finally, this is a breakdown of portion of the bug reports and new feature requests addressed in 10.4. The items are grouped*by product area, with some of the categories overlapping (for example Compiler and Tools includes C++ and Delphi compiler issues, but also Linker issues) and issues possibly listed in more than one category:


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