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Date Posted: 16:57:06 10/27/04 Wed
Author: Mike Crapo
Subject: Re: ADO-components?
In reply to: Jari 's message, "Re: ADO-components?" on 14:16:49 10/17/04 Sun

>I managed to compile the Image Library using
>Enterprise edition of Borland C++ Builder. Not at work.
>I don't think that paying customers are required to
>own Enterprise edition of C++ Builder. Before all,
>this "requirement" has not been mentioned at all on
>Image Library's home page.
>Am I missing something here or what is going on???

Did you try and remove the two references to vclado50.lib out of the En_C5.bpk and then compile using BCB 5 Pro? I do not have BCB 5 to try this, but sometimes BCB puts libraries in there that are not needed, and you can use an editor such as notepad to remove them.

Give it a try and let us know if it worked

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