|Subject:||Re: Problems with 9..14 install|
|Posted by:||Robert Byers (rbye…@pacbell.net)|
|Date:||Thu, 6 Nov 2003|
OK, this may be caused by the the project settings as Clayton Arends says.
For whatever reason, windows.h has a code block with winsock.h activated. I
"solved" my problem, at least temporarily, by changing windows.h to
Thanks for the confirmation.
"Robert Byers" <rbye…@pacbell.net> wrote in message
> I, unfortunately, tried to upgrade from indy 9...10 to 9..14 for reasons
> that I can't explain. I thought I had followed all of the rules, but my
> formerly working program is now trying to access both winsock and winsock
> and claiming lots of duplicate declarations. Since I don't call winsock
> directly, are there any ideas as to why I'm having these problems? The
> components I'm using are IdSMTP, IdMessage, IdPOP3, and IdAntiFreeze in
> Thanks in advance for any light you can shed.
> Bob Byers
Problems with 9..14 install posted by Robert Byers on Tue, 4 Nov 2003