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Date Posted: 06:34:10 07/05/00 Wed
Subject: Re: EN_C5.LIB needed?
In reply to:
's message, "Re: EN_C5.LIB needed?" on 02:43:35 07/05/00 Wed
I have done some more testing, and CBuilder seems to be "happier" with the En_C5.Lib file. When I recompiled the package, it created both the En_C5.Bpl and En_C5.Lib files. When I placed these files in the same directory where the *.pas files are located, it linked without error. You may download the file <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.intervalsoftware.com/files/en_c5.zip">http://www.intervalsoftware.com/files/en_c5.zip</a>
which has both the .lib and .bpk.
Let me know if this solves the problem.
> Hi Michel,
> I apologize if I do not understand. I did follow the
> procedure in your prior message.
> > 1. Make sure the package is uninstalled.
> I did it using Component | Install Packages | Remove
> the envision component. This procedure delete the
> component from the design palette and delete the
> component from the form in my program. However, the
> declaration is in the .h file.
> > 2. Here are my project paths:
> > The project is located in c:\p\en\example
> > The Envision .Pas files are located in c:\p\en
> > The intermediate and final build directory is
> > c:\p\binc5
> > The project Include Path in addition to the default
> > ..
> > The project Library Path in addition to the default
> > ..;..\..\binc5
> > The project Immediate output path is ..\..\binc5
> > The project Final output path is ..\..\binc5
> I made the adjustments needed for my project directory
> > 3. I did not include the .pas files in the project
> > manager
> I did need to include the .pas files at least once in
> order to make the .obj files. These files was
> requested for the linker here. I want to make an
> annotation at this point. In my program I want to use
> transformations and I did change
> #pragma link "EnTrans" to #pragma link "EnTransf"
> in order to link the .pas needed. I hope it is OK.
> > 4. Double check again that there are no references to
> > En_C5.lib in the project file. What I
> > did was removed the references, click on File | Close
> > All, then reopened the project. After
> > that, the En_C5.lib did not reappear in the Project |
> > Edit option source file.
> I did search for references and I did remove two. With
> all this procedure the program was compiled and linked
> but without the envision component. After this partial
> success I did install the component again and search
> for en_c5.lib in the project source without success.
> The linker still ask for the en_c5.lib.
> Please tell me a procedure which include the component
> in the design palette. If you want I can email my
> project to you. Maybe it can be helpful.
> Thanks in advance. I'll appreciate very much your help.
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