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Date Posted: 20:16:32 03/15/00 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Remove Evaluation message
In reply to: Terje Syversen 's message, "Remove Evaluation message" on 03:55:39 03/15/00 Wed

Hi Terje,

There are two scenarios where the evaluation may appear. The first is when you start the IDE if the Envision package was created with the evaluation DCU files. The easiest way to remedy this is to uninstall the package and to reinstall it from the precompiled package available from

<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.intervalsoftware.com/files/enpackg.zip">http://www.intervalsoftware.com/files/enpackg.zip</a>

The other scenario is when you receive the evaluation message when executing a program compiled with Envision. This is cause by compiling with the evaluation DCU files rather than with compiling the .PAS source files. Here is a check list to solve this problem:

1. Have you unzipped the source code package properly? Check that all En*.Pas files exist in the installation directory.

2. In your project and/or environment directory options, ensure you include the directory where the PAS files are located.

3. To make sure you are compiling the PAS files, create a
syntax error in the EnDiGrph.Pas file. This way you will detect if your paths are set properly.

4. Also, delete all the En*.DCU files. Then it will not be possible to compile with the evaluation message.

Best regards,


> Hello Michel!
> Thank for your quick reply on the subject "multiple
> images on the same page".
> Since then i have had a HD-crash and after reistalling
> Envision Library i get the usual 'evaluation copy'
> messages.
> I have unpacked the source and removed old EnReg.pas
> but i still get this messages. Can you help me with
> this problem.
> Sincerly
> Terje

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