|Subject:||Re: Indy 10 Won't Stay Installed|
|Posted by:||Tom Hahn (tha…@hahntech.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Nov 2010|
"Remy Lebeau \(Indy Team\)" <re…@lebeausoftware.org> wrote:
> "Tom Hahn" <tha…@hahntech.com> wrote in message
>> After upgrading from Indy 9 to Indy 10, dclIndyCore70.bpl
>> and dclIndyProtocols70.bpl will not stay installed. Each time
>> Delphi 7 is restarted, they must be reinstalled.
> That has nothing to do with Indy itself. Either:
> 1) you do not have the IDE's paths configured correctly
> 2) the packages are being placed in the IDE's "disabled packages"
> configuration in the Registry
> 3) your IDE is auto-loading a project at startup, and that project has
> references to the packages.
Perhaps you CSM enlighten me about what I did wrong and how to fix it.
I removed Indy 9 per the instructions on the web site for Indy 10
installation, and then did this.
Open and compile .dpk files:
IndySystem70.dpk (in Lib\System)
IndyCore70.dpk (in Lib\Core)
IndyProtocols70.dpk (in Lib\Protocols)
Open and install packages:
dclIndyCore70.bpl (in Lib\Core)
dclIndyProtocols70.bpl (in Lib\Protocols)
go to Tools>Environment options> Library tab. Add the following to
Libraries and Browse paths:
The package installation seems to be correct and the component palette
There is no project being auto-loaded at startup. Since the only
remaining option of the three you outlined is the packages being placed
in the IDEs "disabled packages" list, perhaps you can tell me how I
caused it and how to fix it.
TIA for your help,
Re: Indy 10 Won't Stay Installed posted by Remy Lebeau \(Indy Team\) on Wed, 10 Nov 2010