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Wednesday, December 6, 2023
A while ago we announced a beta version of TMS Smart Setup, a revolutionary new way to install components / packages, maintain & update them in one go. Today, we can proudly announce our entire FNC suite is ready for TMS Smart Setup. If you have a license to one or more FNC products, a license to the TMS FNC Component Studio or TMS ALL Access, then TMS Smart Setup should show you the FNC products entitled to your account.
To be able to install the fnc products, update the TMS Smart Setup tool by calling the following command in a command line prompt.
This will ensure the latest version required for properly building the FNC products is available.
To list products, and check if FNC is available call
C:\TMS>tms list-remote tms.fnc.apptools (18.104.22.168) tms.fnc.blox (22.214.171.124) tms.fnc.chart (126.96.36.199) tms.fnc.cloudpack (188.8.131.52) tms.fnc.core (184.108.40.206) tms.fnc.dashboardpack (220.127.116.11) tms.fnc.maps (4.1) tms.fnc.uipack (18.104.22.168) tms.fnc.websocket (1.0.2) tms.fnc.wxpack (22.214.171.124)
To install all FNC products entitled to your account, call
c:\TMS>tms install tms.fnc.*
With TMS Smart Setup comes support for all platforms including iOS simulator, macOS ARM & Linux. The setups did not compile for those platforms. Right now Linux support is focused on Delphi 12. There are shortcomings in the way packages are compiled related to FMXLinux, and we are investigating why this is the case.
Note that although the TMS Smart Setup FNC version is the same as the normal standalone setup.exe versions downloadable via Subscription Manager, the installation mechanism is different, the content of the product bundles are different. TMS Smart Setup is running a beta period so it's possible that there are installation issues depending on the environment. Please let us know should you miss something. Please install in a clean environment and make sure to first uninstall all older FNC products installed in the old fashioned way through Control Panel. The zip files that are extracted before installation contain all neccessary demos, files as if you would install via a normal installation. Feel free to provide us with any feedback you have, as a comment on this blog, or via one of our social media channels.
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