|Subject:||Re: Installing Indy 9 in Delphi 6|
|Posted by:||dave (davewrNOSP…@sympatico.ca)|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Oct 2003|
You have old Indy libraries hanging around. Track everything down, bpl,
dcu's etc. Get rid of them all - then re-install. Even if you rename
directories to "hide" the old versions Delphi might find them. That was
my experience for this error.
> I am having trouble installing Indy 9 in D6 up2.
> I cannot use the Delphi install program to remove the old version because it
> will mess up loads of other things. So.. I have unistalled the package,
> deleted the indy files in projects\bpl and lib\debug.
> I have unzipped the new files into a direcory and put its source
> subdirectory into the library path as the first entry.
> I have opened and compiled Indy60.dpk
> At some point I got a message about removing AntiFreeze, I clicked OK
> When I compile dclIndy60.dpk I get the following warning
> [Warning] Unit 'IdAntiFreeze' implicitly imported into package 'dclIndy60'
> When I try and install it I get 'The procedure entry point
> @Idresourcestrings@_RSBindingAny could not be located in the dynamic link
> library Indy60.bpl'. Followed by 'Cant load the package
> ...\bpl\dclIndy60.bpl. The specified procedure could not be found'.
> Any help greatly appreciated - I'm now Indyless :-(
Installing Indy 9 in Delphi 6 posted by Paul on Wed, 29 Oct 2003