|Subject:||Re: D2010 Professional : where is dclIndyCore.dcp?|
|Posted by:||Davide Angeli (pro…@microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 22 Dec 2009|
Il 18/12/2009 10:23, Davide Angeli ha scritto:
> I'm compiling an owner package that use Indy in Delphi 2010
> Professional. I can't add the dclIndyCore.dcp in the requires clause of
> my package because I can't find it in my Delphi installation. If I
> compile the package without the dclIndyCore.dcp Delphi tells me that
> IdAntiFreeze is implicity imported in my package but when I try to
> install it Delphi tells me that it cannot load package dclIndiCore140
> because it contains IdAntiFreeze that is contained also on my package.
> How can I solve this?
To solve it I remove the standard Indy packages from the IDE, I copied
Indy dpk and dcu files in another folder (I've Windows 7 with UAC so I
must do that), I recompiled the packages and reinstall the new ones.
D2010 Professional : where is dclIndyCore.dcp? posted by Davide Angeli on Fri, 18 Dec 2009