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Thread: CBXE8 - IDE hangs and freezes within 2-3 minutes under Windows 10 Pro x64


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CBXE8 - IDE hangs and freezes within 2-3 minutes under Windows 10 Pro x64  
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  Posted: Aug 11, 2015 8:39 PM
Embarcadero® C++Builder XE8 Version 22.0.19027.8951 and Indy 10.
Window 10 Pro x64

I encountered the CBXE8 IDE hangs during Android mobile coding or editing and resulted in "NOT RESPONDING".

This issues had been happening quite frequent during Windows 8 Pro x64 as well.

I am not sure what options setting causing this "hanging" or "waiting" stage, sometime it resumes normally, or just hang there.

However, I changed few of header file format from Little Endian to ANSI.

The reason this change is made is because this header files were used in Visual Studio as UNICODE format and when compiled under CBXE8, it reported 'NULL' character warning.

After changing to ANSI file format, I noticed the "waiting" or "hang" problem is not happening ( it does pause a while but resumed as normal ).

I am not sure what is going wrong ?

Please advise.
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Re: CBXE8 - IDE hangs and freezes within 2-3 minutes under Windows 10 Prox64 [Edit]  
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  Posted: Aug 12, 2015 9:32 AM   in response to: GAI CHEW KAI in response to: GAI CHEW KAI
GAI wrote:

However, I changed few of header file format from Little Endian to
ANSI.

The reason this change is made is because this header files were used
in Visual Studio as UNICODE format and when compiled under CBXE8, it
reported 'NULL' character warning.

The IDE and compiler support Unicode (UTF-16) encoded source files, and have
for a long time. Do your source files have a UTF-16 BOM in the front of
the file?

If anything, you should use UTF-8 instead of ANSI, at least, unless your
source code contains only ASCII characters.

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