Sep 2, 2015, 2:54:33 PM9/2/15
I am reading through the features list of Delphi 10.
I can already see one alarming feature:
"Auto-recovery of work/Delphi IDE" for when something/system/ide crashes.
I think this is a bad idea because this could cause an infinite loop where
the Delphi IDE and/or system keeps crashing.
For example something in the project files causes the IDE to crash,
re-loading these project files causes the crash again and again and again
and so forth.
I have seen this behaviour in other software for example: Internet Explorer
9 and 10 and 11.
It was the main reason why I had to de-install internet explorer for it to
So don't make same mistake as Microsoft.
Remove this feature or even better: make it a manual option in the menus:
"Recover from crash" or "Recover from crashed IDE".