Subject Re: [IBO] IBO4 Installation Crashing IDE
Author Shaq
I have uninstalled D5, D7, and D8. I have deleted all bpl files
associated with IBO. I did a complete install of D5 and I even
hacked the paths as suggested. I am still having the same problem.
I can compile all the packages fine...but as soon as I install the
first design time package I get the AV error.

I can install other components okay like Indy and some other ones.
It seems only to be a problem with IBO.


--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...> wrote:
> At 06:27 AM 23/03/2004 +0000, you wrote:
> >Yes I have delete all the old bpl files. I installed my machine
> >from scratch so I shouldn't have old bpl files laying around from
> >older version of IBO. I have deleted all the bpl files that I can
> >find and am still having the problem.
> >
> >I have Delphi 5, Delphi 7, and Delphi 8 installed on my machine.
> >don't think this should be a problem because this setup was
> >for me before.
> It has caused problems for me more than once, to reinstall a lower
> when I have higher ones on the machine. These days, if I'm
setting up a
> new disk, I always try to install the lowest Delphi first and the
> after, in order of age, to avoid that hassle.
> Another thing I *always* have to do with D4 and D5 is replace the
> "$(DELPHI) with the actual hard path in all the library paths. It
would be
> worth a try, at least.
> This problem definitely relates in some fashion to the way the
Delphi path
> is being resolved. Hacking the paths usually solves it - at least
> next time you need to reinstall the lower Delphi version. That
> is reporting an actual GPF, not unreferenced memory, which really
> some kind of collision like a wrong bpl being used.
> fwiw, I have IBO 4.3Aa installed in D5 Ent. It went in without
> dramas. I didn't install 4.3A on its own at all. I don't have D8
> Helen