I wish this help you I just downloaded the latest version from the VirtualTree from here: https://virtual-treeview.googlecode.com/svn/trunk. Since the designtime package doesn't have a 64 bit configuration (Which makes sense because the IDE is a 32 bit app) you must have tried to compile the runtime package. But I can compile the runtime package without a problem.
will help you Delphi's Finalize has the effect of freeing any compiler-managed types in a record. In C++, that's typically the job of a type's destructor. In your OnFreeNode event handler, call your data type's destructor directly:
wish helps you The IDE chooses the compiler for you, based on what type of file is being compiled and what Platform it is being compiled for. If you want to compile a 64-bit executable, you have to go into the Project Manager and add a 64-bit Platform to the project first and then set it as the active Platform. A project can have multiple Platforms added, each with its own set of configuration options. This is covered in detail on Embarcadero's online wiki.