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JEDI Installation Annoyances 10.4

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6 minutes ago, PeterPanettone said:

\jcl\source\include was not added to IDE Library Path by the installer

It was here.

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One more try:

 

Added these paths to the Win32 Library Path:

 

...\jcl\lib\d27\win32
...\jcl\source\include
...\jcl\source\vcl
...\jcl\source\common
...\jcl\source\windows

 

Added these paths to the Win64 Library Path:

 

...\jcl\lib\d27\win64
...\jcl\source\include
...\jcl\source\vcl
...\jcl\source\common
...\jcl\source\windows

 

Then cloned this file:

...\jcl\source\include\jcld27win64.inc

 

and renamed it to:

...\jcl\source\include\jcld27win32.inc

 

This allowed me to build several of the JCL examples.

 

So, the JCL Installer failed to add the Library Paths. Why?

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Clearly a pebcak. Just pulled the jcl repo, ran install.bat - it compiled the setup using 10.4 and then I installed JCL for 10.4 32bit and 64bit without a problem

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27 minutes ago, Stefan Glienke said:

Clearly a pebcak. Just pulled the jcl repo, ran install.bat - it compiled the setup using 10.4 and then I installed JCL for 10.4 32bit and 64bit without a problem

You are making the described problem an offending personal issue by describing only your own personal experience. You did not describe any objective issues about the problem.

 

Also, you are not answering the initial problem description (no addition to the Library Path). The problem is not the compilation of the installer (which was OK) or its execution (which was without any explicit errors).

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35 minutes ago, Stefan Glienke said:

I installed JCL for 10.4 32bit and 64bit

1. Which paths exactly have been added to the IDE Library Path by the installer? (Win32bit / Win64bit)

 

2. Have you tried to build any of the JCL examples in the IDE?

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If the term pebcak is offending you must be new to the internet. I simply explained the way that always works for installing jcl/jvcl

 

1. The same as always - jcl\lib\d27\win32 or win64 and jcl\source\include

2. Yes, works

 

JCL/JVCL setup issues are almost always a problem with not properly executing them or rather not having the latest jcl/jvcl sources or having some old stuff lying around. Maybe you did not update the submodule and are missing on the defines for 10.4

Also did you select both (10.4 32bit and 10.4 64bit)? And did not set the "Install selected only" checkbox?

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