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Date Posted: 18:27:29 06/29/00 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: How to install Envision 1.04 !?
In reply to: Jan Uhlenbrok 's message, "How to install Envision 1.04 !?" on 12:48:21 06/28/00 Wed

Hi Jan,

You need to unzip all the *.pas files in source.zip to the directory where you installed Envision, for example c:\envision. With must "unzippers" you have the choice to unzip with subdirectories. You must do this as another directory is created below the installation


Then in your projects that use Envision, you need to include the path where the *.pas files are located in the project directory option, or the global environment directory setting.

With the evaluation version, you needed to include the ..\DX (where X is the Delphi version) directory to find the DCU files. You need to remove this directory, because with the

registered version you have the source files.

To install the design-time package, the simplest is to download the 1.05 beta (see the posting in this newsgroup), and install the appropriate precompiled package from the

Component|Install packages menu.

Best regards,


> Hi.
> Perhaps I'm too stupid, but I'm not able to install
> the registered copy auf Envision 1.04.
> I have installed the evulation copy. It's working, but
> what shall do with the files that are contained in
> source.zip. There is no indication in which directory
> the
> files should be extracted. And what shall I do then?
> Jan

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