I went to install the latest JVCL today for Delphi 2009. I was surprised that JEDI stopped offering one download with both the JCL and JVCL. So I downloaded both, installing JCL first since it is required by JVCL. Well, JVCL gave me an error that I had the wrong version of the JCL installed.
So I went back to Sourceforge to look if I grabbed the wrong one. Sure enough, I had the September 9th version of each. I tried again, and it still didn’t work. So I figured I would get the latest from Subversion. After I installed the subversion client I discovered links to download the latest versions via the subversion web interface as a tar.gz file (no need to connect via subversion.) The links are not obvious, but really useful in my opinion, so I thought I would share them here:
[Check out the official daily link in the comments!]
One thing that is missing is the JVCL help, which you can download seperately (along with demos, etc.)
If you don’t have something that can open a tar.gz then get 7Zip. It does a two step process (extract the tar from the gz, then extract the files from the tar), but it gets the job done.
Hope that helps. Maybe I missed something and there is an easier way to get these packages. . . .