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rtl280.bpl not found in 11.1

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Against my better judgement,  I took the leap and installed 11.1.  

First, I completely ripped and cleaned out 11 because, well, I've been burnt too may times by failures when upgrading.

My last tool to install is the JEDI Code Library from GetIt.

Installing results in an error from JediInstaller "The code execution cannot proceed because rtl280.bplwas not found."  And now I can't uninstall it, getting the same error.

I found a rtl280.bpl here C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\bin\ and one in in bin64, so I'm guess that some path in the IDE under Options isn't set properly.

Anyone have any suggestions on how to get past this problem?

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I installed JCL/JVCL after pulling the latest from GitHub and running the supplied install batch files--and it installed fine.

If you installed D11 into the default folder, you should have four folders added to your path:

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\bin
  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\bin64\
  • C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Bpl
  • C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Bpl\Win64

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5 hours ago, corneliusdavid said:

If you installed D11 into the default folder, you should have four folders added to your path:

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\bin
  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\bin64\
  • C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Bpl
  • C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Bpl\Win64

What path?

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And, after having installed CodeSite from GetIt, programs using it won't compile. "Unit 'CodeSiteLogging' not found.

 

Trying to uninstall it fails too.  

 

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Clearly my installation failed.  Thanks, EMB.  You probably more than doubled the time it takes me to migrate. 

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For the last 10 years, I used to export Delphi reg keys (help, variables, experts, ide packaged, package and all libraries path).

 

That saved my time today as all libraries path where screwed...

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1 hour ago, Tom F said:

What path?

Sorry, I wasn't clear: Those folders are added to the Windows System Path (outside of Delphi).

 

And after the standard install, Delphi's Library Path should contain:

  • $(BDSCOMMONDIR)\Dcp
  • $(BDSCOMMONDIR)\Dcp\$(Platform)

After JCL/JVCL is installed, the Delphi Library Path should additionally contain:

  • <base jcl install path>\jcl\jcl\lib\d28\win32
  • <base jcl install path>\jcl\jcl\source\include
  • <base jcl install path>\jvcl\jvcl\lib\D28\win32
  • <base jcl install path>\jvcl\jvcl\common
  • <base jcl install path>\jvcl\jvcl\Resources

for Win32 development; equivalent ones for Win64 development.

 

Several source folders were added to Delphi's Browsing path as well:

  • <base jcl install path>\jcl\jcl\source\common
  • <base jcl install path>\jcl\jcl\source\windows
  • <base jcl install path>\jcl\jcl\source\vcl
  • <base jcl install path>\jvcl\jvcl\common
  • <base jcl install path>\jvcl\jvcl\run

Hope this helps.

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5 hours ago, corneliusdavid said:

Hope this helps.

Thanks, @corneliusdavid.  I ended up ripping and re-installing. And this time it went fine.

11.1 is installed and seems to be working in every way.  Still hoping for Parnassus Bookmarks to show up, as promised. 

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4 hours ago, Tom F said:

And this time it went fine.

Excellent!

4 hours ago, Tom F said:

Still hoping for Parnassus Bookmarks to show up, as promised. 

Me too. :classic_huh:

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