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Date Posted: 09:04:10 02/20/04 Fri
Author: glup
Subject: Re: Envision in DLL ?
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Envision in DLL ?" on 07:35:15 02/13/04 Fri

I'm using Envision since two years in a self-build runtime package. It is straight forward.



>Hi Michael,
>You can create a run-time package if you want, but it
>is something I don't plan to support. I find this
>approach while convenient just leads to version
>conflicts years later.
>Best regards,
>>Hello Michel,
>>>This is not something I plan. Converting Delphi class
>>>to be used in a DLL is not easy. A different type of
>>>inteface would be required. For what purpose would
>>>prefer a DLL?
>>To supply the DLL instead re-compiling the whole
>>application (in case of any Envision bugfix) and also
>>to reduce the size of the main executable.

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