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Date Posted: 07:46:21 06/05/01 Tue
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Help Installing the Envision Library 1.10 on CB5.
In reply to: Roberto Gomez 's message, "Help Installing the Envision Library 1.10 on CB5." on 21:25:14 06/04/01 Mon


Hi Roberto,

>1) On which directory do I have to unzip the
>"source.zip" content.

If you unzip "with directories" it will create a .\Source directory, ie, c:\program files\envision\source. This is the C source code for file I/O. It is already precompiled as Obj files in the c:\program files\envision. You do not need to recompile these files.

For questions 2 and 3, see question 1 on the Envision FAQ at <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.intervalsoftware.com/envisionfaq.html.">http://www.intervalsoftware.com/envisionfaq.html.</a>

>4) Why all the Examples leave all their working files
>when compiled on the
>Envision root directory ?
>Change that please.

When I compile I usually set the output directory build directory on my D: drive. Since this is user specify, you can change your paths in the Project options.

Best regards,

Michel

>Michel, I need your help.
>
>I am installing the Envision Library 1.10 on Windows
>2000 Professional and
>with Borland C++ Builder 5 Standard ( Update Pack 1).
>
>I installed the files into : "C:\Program
>Files\Envision"
>
>After using your automatic installer I unpacked the
>Source Code. The
>"source.zip" file.
>
>Now here are my questions:
>
>1) On which directory do I have to unzip the
>"source.zip" content.
>Is OK to do it on the same "C:\Program Files\Envison"
>folder ?
>
>2) What do I have to do first after that ?
>First Install the Package on the folder CB5 using the
>"En_C5.bpl" ?
>Or do I have to compile something first ?
>
>3) Using the Path where I installed the Library What
>PATH do I have to add
>to the CB5 LIBRARY list ?
>
>4) Why all the Examples leave all their working files
>when compiled on the
>Envision root directory ?
>Change that please.
>
>Please help me step by step.
>And thanks a lot in advance.
>=======================
>Roberto Gomez Torres
>Tiempo Digital
>Mexico City, Mexico
>roberto@tiempo-digital.com
>www.tiempo-digital.com
>=======================

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