I'm using delphi community 10.3 got error message for Eureka.
it said :
"The procedure entry point @Sysutils@Win32Platform could not be located in the dynamic link library C:\Windows\System32\EurekaLogCore26.bpl"
possible error because compiling in another edition that not for CE Edition!
10.2.3 = 10.2.3
10.2.3 != 10.3
remember: CE have properties that not allow all suites to Arch/Enterprise editions works the same install!
for that it is for students or non-profissional use!
my TIP: You can "add" the components from Arch/Enterprise editions in your CE Edition. How do it?
1) copy all files of suite necessary (pas, dcu, bpl, dcp, and all anothers to others platform like Android, iOS, etc...)
to same folders in your CE Edition (the folders structure is the same in 2 editions)
2) with all files copied, later just load your IDE CE edition and "add" DCL and any others necessary using COMPONENTS -> INSTALL PACKAGE as regular install.
( see in Arch/Enterprise the files bpl necessary to install in CE Edition) (nothing magic just verify what is necessary)
I did test with FIREDAC from XE10.2.3 Arch (pirate install just copy the files necessary, +/- 390mb) in Delphi Community Edition 10.2.3
of course, you need test all functions for complete use!
some suites later install, do copy of runtime BPL to System32 (where stay 64bits files) and Wow64 (where stay 32bits files) folders in Win10 64bits... bad pratice!
i always move it to Public\...\Embarcadero (Bpl and Bpl\Win64) folders (bpl 32bits and 64bits folders of course) + DCP folder, then all components can find it in default place from Embarcadero.
mainly, TeeChart, FastReport, and some others company! (;(
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