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Date Posted: 06:32:33 07/02/02 Tue
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: evaluation message/conversion
In reply to: p heijmans 's message, "evaluation message/conversion" on 02:52:17 07/02/02 Tue

Hi Peter,

The easiest way to find why you are getting the evaluation message is to make sure you don't include the path of the .DCU files in your project and Delphi paths. To do that, just rename the sub-directory where the DCU files are located. For example, if you are using D5, rename the D5 directory to D5_, and try to recompile your project. You will probably get a compilation error if your paths don't include the path where the Envision source code is located.

For you conversion problem, could you post the section of code that you are using.

Best regards,


>I have the following questions:
>-I ave 2 applications using your envision image library
> both applications are working fine, but 1 application
> gives an evaluation message when starting, the other
> (I did follow your instruction how to remove the
> evaluation message)
>-I am trying to convert an bmp image to a jpg image
> the result is a file with a size of zero
>how can i resolve these problems
>greetings peter heijmans

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