Subject Re: [IBO] Problems installing IBO4 in D5
I added the ..\Projects\BPL directory to my path statement and that
seems to have fixed the problem.

Thanks for the tips.

--- In IBObjects@y..., "Geoff Worboys" <geoff@t...> wrote:
> > I am having a lot of problems installing IBO4 in Delphi5. I
> > followed the HowToInstall.TXT file. The 10 BPL & DCP files
> > were created in the BPL folder. I then installed the 5
> > design time packages. I exit D5 with all of the IBO
> > packages installed. I open D5 again and all of the IBO
> > packages have disappeared.
> >
> > Does anyone have any idea what is causing this and how do I
> > fix it as I don't want to install the packages every time
> > I start D5.
> Why not, isnt it fun? ;-)
> Try playing around with a few things. eg...
> * Make sure the BPLs are in your operating system path somewhere
> (either move the BPLs or add the BPL directory to your path). I am
> not certain that this is supposed to be entirely necessary, but I
> found it was required in my configuration - possibly because I tend
> move things about and so Delphi is not saving things to default
> locations.
> * Make sure the IBO packages are not specifically excluded from your
> default project settings.
> * If you have any packages that depend on IBO, completely remove
> from the package list and then re-add the IBO packages. Exit and
> start up to see if IBO is still there. If so, then try to re-add
> dependant packages.
> * Try and ensure that Delphi is loading the IBO packages in the
> correct order by removing them all and then re-adding the dependancy
> order - exit and restart each time to see if they are being saved.
> I hope something here helps.
> Geoff Worboys
> Telesis Computing