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  1. dkounal

    A library path manager...

    I can not afford any more the "Can not load package" error message after installations that use DCC command line. I have a long library path with many components installed and an error like the following is presented again: warning MSB6002: The command-line for the "DCC" task is too long. Command-lines longer than 32000 characters are likely to fail. Try reducing the length of the command-line by breaking down the call to "DCC" into multiple calls with fewer parameters per call. this mean that I should remove paths from library path in the IDE and try to compile again and return them back.... a bit annoying.... Also, I hate to go to every combobox selection to add a path. The attached program reads registry and allows you to enable or disable library paths, add paths to all configs or remove from all configs. When saving it produces an .ini file with all paths (even these that are not enabled) to be used in the next time it runs No responsibility for anything, use it at your own risk, keep a backup of 'CurrentUser\SOFTWARE\Embarcadero\BDS\xxx\Library\' before using it, source at request, have a nice day! LibManager.zip
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