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Date Posted: 17:53:11 03/08/03 Sat
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: D7 Problems
In reply to: Slah 's message, "Re: D7 Problems" on 12:33:57 03/07/03 Fri


Official Delphi 7 support is in version 2. If you still want to use version 1, using the package version 2 will probably work as long as you don't new features from version 2. You can download from www.intervalsoftware.com/download.html

If you still have problems, let me know, I'll have to compile a package using version 1.1.

Best regards,


>Hello, I've the same problem,
>could you mind please sending me the En_D7.Bpl file.
>My email is eslah@gnet.
>Thanks in advance.
>>Hi Scott,
>>Which version of Delphi 7 are you using? Do you have
>>DesignIntf.Dcu file in your Delphi installation. If
>>you do not have it, I can send you a precompiled
>>En_D7.Bpl package file. This is only required at
>>design-time and does not affect the compilation of
>>your programs.
>>Best regards,
>>>I followed the direction in earlier e-mail messages:
>>>Add in Envision.Inc:
>>>{$ifdef Ver150}
>>> {$define __Delphi7}
>>> {$define __Delphi2AndAbove}
>>> {$define __Delphi3AndAbove}
>>> {$define __Delphi4AndAbove}
>>> {$define __Delphi5AndAbove}
>>> {$define __Delphi6AndAbove}
>>> {$define __Delphi7AndAbove}
>>>To recompile package, open En_D6.Dpk, and then
>>>immediately save it as En_D7.Dpk before compiling and
>>>installing it.
>>>In the compiler warning settings, uncheck,
>>> Unsafe type
>>> Unsafe code
>>> Unsafe typecast
>>>The problems that I have.
>>>When I compile, I get an error where the comments say
>>>to add
>>>$(DELPHI)\source\toolsapi to the Library path for:
>>>That file doesn't exist? I changed it to DesignIntf.
>>>Now I get:
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(61): Undeclared identifier:
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(61): Class type required
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(63): Method 'GetAttributes' not
>>>found in base class
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(64): Method 'Edit' not found in
>>>base class
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(82): Undeclared identifier:
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(83): Undeclared identifier:
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(88): Undeclared identifier:
>>>[Error] EnDesign.Pas(103): Incompatible types:
>>>'TPropertyEditorClass' and 'Class reference'
>>>[Fatal Error] En_D7.dpk(34): Could not compile used
>>>unit 'EnDesign.Pas'
>>>Any thoughts?
>>>I just purchased it today after a long search on the

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