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Date Posted: 07:48:09 04/09/01 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: What are the OBJ files?
In reply to: Brian Lowe 's message, "What are the OBJ files?" on 21:38:44 04/06/01 Fri

Hi Brian,

The OBJ files are required. They can be recompiled with CBuilder using the project in the CSource directly, but it is not necessary to recompile them. They are used for TIFF, PNG, and JPEG support.

Delphi uses the same approach with the TJpegImage class. It links the code from the independent jpeg group library with .OBJ files; so this leads me to believe that this will not be a problem with future versions of Delphi.

Best regards,


>When I installed Envision Image Library for Delphi 5,
>the unit EnCLib requires these obj files:
>{$L Envision.Obj}
>{$L Deflate.Obj}
>{$L Inflate.Obj}
>{$L Trees.Obj}
>What are they, are they required and is source
>included? If not, what happens when I move to Delphi 6?
>Brian Lowe
>Belleson Corp

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