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|0005681||[JEDI VCL] 02 Installation||major||always||2011-10-13 19:30||2011-10-16 21:58|
|Summary||0005681: Can't load package JvNetDesign160.bpl|
I downloaded JVCL 3.45 from the Subversion repository, enabled USE_3RDPARTY_INDY and USE_3RDPARTY_INDY10, and installed it for RAD Studio 2010 and XE2. However, whenever I run RAD Studio XE2, I get the following errors:
Can't load package C:\Users\Public\Documents\RAD Studio\9.0\Bpl\JvNetDesign160.bpl.
Cannot load package 'JvNet160.' It contains unit 'IdCookie', which is also contained in package 'IndyProtocols160'.
Do you want to attempt to load this package the next time a project is loaded?
RAD Studio 2010 and earlier versions work fine. It seems as though the installer isn't recognizing that USE_3RDPARTY_INDY and USE_3RDPARTY_INDY10 are enabled when it uses JvNet-R.xml to create packages\d16\JvNet.dpk.
I also noticed that, when I re-run the JVCL installer, it doesn't remember that USE_3RDPARTY_INDY and USE_3RDPARTY_INDY10 are enabled for XE2. (It does remember these settings for 2010 and earlier versions.) This might be related.
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The problem seems to be that the condition d16 is not recogniced.
Same with other packages like odac or devexpress
Hopefully fixed now in the SVN repository.
It was a problem of the jvcld16win32.inc filename. This was not compatible
with pg.exe the package generator.
Please check the new version.
|2011-10-13 19:30||jkelley||New Issue|
|2011-10-16 21:10||jfudickar||Note Added: 0019028|
|2011-10-16 21:57||jfudickar||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2011-10-16 21:58||jfudickar||Note Added: 0019029|
|2011-10-16 21:58||jfudickar||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2011-10-16 21:58||jfudickar||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2011-10-16 21:58||jfudickar||Assigned To||=> jfudickar|
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