I discovered today that the latter (126.96.36.199beta1) holds my development system hostage and refuses to create executables unless EurekaLog is active! How incredibly arrogant, especially since I cannot get the simplest of test application to run properly with EurekaLog.
You can be sure that I uninstalled EurekaLog immediately, and you can look forward to an order for madExcept!
Holding the developer hostage is, however, with intent. There is a specific dialog that pops up saying that you cannot disable EurekaLog when it's in demo mode, and that only licenced installations can disable EurekaLog. In other words, if you are evaluating the product, your development system is prevented from building any production code (since executables compiled with demo EurekaLog have a 30-day expiry).