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Date Posted: 21:11:32 05/10/03 Sat
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Envision for C++ Builder 5 broken at install
In reply to: Kevin Clague 's message, "Envision for C++ Builder 5 broken at install" on 09:02:33 05/10/03 Sat

Hello Kevin,

I apologize for the lack of CBuilder example and documentation. I am reasonably knowledable in C++ but I am primary working in Delphi now due to the lack of resources. Envision does work with CBuilder but the compiling and linking is not as straight forward. I am very committed to Envision but my resources are limited, so admittedly, CBuilder is not well documented.

The key to compiling in CBuilder with the source code is select from the Project menu, Add to Project and add all the *.Pas unit in the base Envision directory (after unzipping them) and remove references to En_C5.Lib. I have seen in some occasions where the CBuilder IDE seems to be creating dependencies without valid reasons. You may need to remove references to En_C5.Lib by manually editing the project make file. This will ensure the source code is recompiled with your project.

There is no need to compile .\csource\buildc5.dpr. There are some .OBJ files already precompiled.

I will do my best to resolve any issue you have with Envision. My goal is to have all customers to be satisfied with Envision. If you find Envision does not meet your requires, I can arrange for a refund.

Best regards,


>Yesterday I purchased a single license for Envision
>Image Library.
>I extracted source as directed.
>I tried to build DemoC5.bpr, but the build process
>cannot find en_c5.lib. I can get EZview to build and
>I wrestled with things a lot trying to see if I could
>get around the problem. I cannot build
>csource\buildc5.bpr. It cannot compile for a lack of
>INT32 type being defined.
>I've tried to create my own application outside of the
>envision directory tree, and C++ Builder itself dies a
>horrible death when it tries to compile EnClib.pas.
>The documentation on how to use this stuff with with
>C++ Builder is below requirements.
>I am a very unhappy customer. I would expect this
>from freeware, but not a supposedly *commercial*
>Kevin Clague
>Senior Staff Engineer
>Sun Microsystems

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