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D1.02 w/Rad Pack VCL code?

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Is it possible to use the Delphi 1.01 Rad pack code with the Delphi 1.02 from the Delphi 2 Developer´s CD? Well, actually, I already happen to KNOW that it´s possible; what I want to know is if I´ll miss VCL bug fixes by doing this.

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      Ed
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You will miss bug fixes if you recompile the VCL. You might even get some trouble recompiling the VCL, as I seem to remember there were a few units that missed from the RAD pack, and if these were recompiled by borland, you'll have a version mismatch.
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