Re: Indy 10 compile error

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Subject: Re: Indy 10 compile error
Posted by:  Etienne van Tonder (e…
Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004

Hi Richard,

You can not use the batch files to compile Indy 10, I've created some
package files for BCB5 which I have used to successfully install Indy 10. I
have sent a copy of these to your e-mail address.



"Richard Frette" <richard.fret…> wrote in message
> Hi,
> I am trying to compile the latest snapshot of Indy 10 for use with
> C++Builder v5 on aW2k machine and have been experiencing some problems.
> I first of all received a warning:
> IndyCore50.dpk(29) Warning: Package 'IndySystem50' will not be written to
> disk because -J option is enabled
> and then the error
> IndyCore50.dpk(29) Fatal: Required Package 'IndySystem50' not found
> I don't really know how to compile properly as the Indy website staes that
> need to compile IndySystem, IndyCore, IndyProtocols and IndySuperCore in
> order. I don't know how to do this as I only have C++Builder 5 and no
> compiler. Therefore I am attempting to follow the installation
> from the knowledge base which state that I need to run Fullc5.bat.
> after downloading the dev snapshot and attempting to run Fullc5.bat (from
> the Win32 folder) I noticed that some files were missing. To attempt to
> the source to compile, I took a copy of Win32 and renamed it Source and
> copied everything from all of the subfolders of lib (Core,Protocols etc)
> the Source dir. Unfortunately it was then that I came across the warning
> subsequent error as described above. Am I attempting to compile Indy for
> Builder in the wrong way? If so how should I be compiling the source for
> C++Builder 5?
> Thanks in advance
> Richard


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Indy 10 compile error posted by Richard Frette on Sun, 1 Aug 2004