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Date Posted: 17:46:17 02/15/01 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: pcd format & dll's
In reply to: Mike 's message, "Re: pcd format & dll's" on 08:12:57 02/15/01 Thu

Hi Mike,

Other than twain, Envision does not need any DLL's. You may need to isolate some units/components in your application to test where these dependencies are coming from.

Envision does have a considerable overhead. For example, the Demo.EXE program is about 900Kb. I think this is because of the VCL TGraphic architecture that has virtual methods, so it is not possible for the linker to strip unused classes. When compressed with the freeware UPX compressor though, the Demo.EXE size goes below 400Kb.

Best regards,


>Hi Michel,
>>The support for Kodak PCD is on my "todo" list, but it
>>is not on the priority list right now. I cannot
>>promise anything on this.
>Fair enough.
>>The are twain specific DLL's required for scanning.
>>These DLL's are not part of Envision itself. Most
>>scanning software will install these DLL's.
>>Twain_32.DLL is one of these DLL's installed in your
>>windows system directory. Scanner drivers also install
>>other DLL's in a directory called Twain_32 under your
>>windows directory. These files are also available from
>I know this. But the files that the demo required were
>borlndmm.dll and ct32????.dll. I presume Envision
>needs them? In fact, what I am trying to find out is
>how much larger my program will grow when I would
>fully implement Envision, as I am distributing it over
>the internet.

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