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Installing ICS v8.58 on CBuilder 10.1

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If I try to compile the XE3 packages, I get these Unresolved External Errors

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If I build CB102InstallVclFmx then it builds fine, but I can't install it, I get this error

 

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I have added the path to the System Variables, that didn't help.

 

Any clues as to what to try next ?

 

I'm upgrading from v8.26 because I am trying to write a ssl client that connects to AWS

 

Thanks

 

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According to the error message, you have not compiled package IcsVclCB102Design.dpk package or if you compiled it, there is an error in path somewhere and the IDE doesn't find it.

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Thank you for the reply.

 

That was the package I was installing.

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Why has the location of the output files changes from 8.26 ?

I've added this path into the System Variables, anywhere else I need to look ?

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I can build and install IcsCommonCBXE3Design.bpl. So this means RadStudio can see the directory OK.

 

But I can't build either IcsVclCBXE3Design.bpl or IcsFmxCBXE3Design.bpl, I get the unresolved externals above.

 

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Why are you trying to install a two year old version, why not use the latest V8.66 version? 

 

Note ICS was never tested on D10.1 only D10.2 and later, which is why there are no packages.

 

Angus

 

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OK, downloaded and installed the latest, v8.66

 

But I'm still getting the same issues as above, CBXE3 I get unresolved Externals and CB102 I get Can't Load Package

 

So any ideas ?

 

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Sorry, no ideas, I don't use C++.  A start would be to change the existing packages to actually target your old compiler, there are different packages for each compiler for a reason.

 

Angus

 

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I'm upgrading to 10.3 hopefully this will cure this problem, then it's onto the next problem

 

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