When the GetIt Package Manager tool was first introduced in RAD Studio XE8, it was a great IDE feature that helped developers to discover new libraries, components and addons; or to find the latest versions of those ones that they have used for years. But the technology behind it was powerful enough to evolve and become so much more awesome. For example, RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin brought a brand new installation experience based on the GetIt foundations.
Another really nice feature introduced in RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin is the GetIt Dependencies tool, a new project options page to “link” GetIt libraries and components to our project. So, when the project is opened in another computer or another installation of RAD Studio, the IDE will look for those dependencies, and GetIt will automatically download and install them for you.
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