Proper way to Update "Indy Version 10.1.5" on ( CodeGear Delphi 2007 for Win32 ) --- to Latest Version

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Subject: Proper way to Update "Indy Version 10.1.5" on ( CodeGear Delphi 2007 for Win32 ) --- to Latest Version
Posted by:  Mark Moss (markemo…@comcast.net)
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010

Ladies / Gentlemen

        I am currently running CodeGear's Delphi 2007 for Win32 which =
has installed Indy Version 10.1.5 and I wish to upgrade to the latest =
version of Indy.

        I have downloaded the latest files from the SVN at =
https://svn.atozed.com:444/svn/Indy10/trunk

      =20
        Now WHAT.

        Do I go into Delphi and Click on=20

        1)  Component

        2)  Install Packages
            1. select - Indy 10 Protocols Design Time
            2. Click Remove
            3. select - Indy 10 Core Design Time
            4. Click Remove

        3)  Delete all files that match --- C:\Program =
Files\CodeGear\RAD Studio\5.0\bin\Indy*.*

        4)  Delete this Directory --- C:\Program Files\CodeGear\RAD =
Studio\5.0\lib\Indy10

        5)  Delete this Directory --- C:\Program Files\CodeGear\RAD =
Studio\5.0\source\Indy

        6)  Open and compile .dpk files in the following order:
    1.. IndySystemX0.dpk (in Lib\System)=20
    2.. IndyCoreX0.dpk (in Lib\Core)=20
    3.. IndyProtocolsX0.dpk (in Lib\Protocols)=20
        7)  Now open these .dpk files and click install in the following =
order:

              1.  dclIndyCoreX0.dpk (in Lib\Core)=20
              2.  dclIndyProtocolsX0.dpk (in Lib\Protocols)=20
        8)  In your Indy directory you should now see some compiled .dcu =
files. Open your Delphi IDE=20

            and goto the menu Tools>Environment options> Select Library =
tab. Now add the path to your

            .dcu files into the filepath collection. Click Ok.

        Is that it and if so do I need all of the Libraries that have =
been created or can I get rid of some of them.

        Since I am a Delphi shop do I need the following Directories

        1.  Bubbles
        2.  Builder
        3.  icon16
        4.  icons
        5.  KB
        6.  Other
        7.  Test

        And under the Lib Directory do I need anything other than the =
following Directories

        1.  Core
        2.  Protocols
        3.  System

Sincerely

Mark Moss

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