Subject Re: [IBO] New ibo version ( installation
Author stanw1950
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...> wrote:
> At 09:31 PM 21/01/2005 +0000, you wrote:
> >I currently have Delphi 7 and Delphi 2005 installed on my computer
> >(WinXP). What is going to happen when I run the new installation
> >Will Delphi 7 be updated or Delphi 2005 be updated or both or
> >neither? Before I run the installation I want to be prepared.
> By default, the installer checks for the presence of all installed
> versions and lists them with checkboxes during the installation.
> check the one(s) you want to install.
> All the same, I'd suggest the conservative approach and install
them one at
> a time. The reason I say this is that the installer makes
assumptions on
> the basis of how the IDE is meant to behave, not on its
> misbehaviour. there's some indication that D9 (2005) might have
some of
> the library path storage bugs that initial releases of Delphi
often exhibit...
> Helen

Thanks Helen. It did give me a checkbox for Delphi 7 and Delphi
2005. I checked the Delphi 2005 checkbox only. The install went
without a hitch. However, when I ran Delphi 2005 I received "Can't
load package c:\documents and settings\stan\my documents\borland
studio projects\bpl\ibo40cdt_d2005.bpl. The specified module could
not be found. Do you want to attempt to load this package the next
time a project is loaded?" error message for this file and also for
the adt, tdt, vdt, fdt, xdt, wdt, wxdt, and edt files. After Delphi
came up I removed all the packages from the "component|install
packages" menu and moved all the design and run-time packages to
c:\program files\borland\bds\3.0\ibo4\d2005 directory (which was in
the library path). Then I installed all the design-time packages. I
now seem to have IBObjects installed in Delphi 2005. I haven't tried
to install to Delphi 7 yet. I think the installer needs a little