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Thread: Installing Package compiled with bcc32c fails

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Kerem Demir

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  Posted: Oct 15, 2015 7:19 AM

I'm trying to install a component directly after compiling it with the clang enhanced c++11 compiler which was shiped with C++ Builder 10 Seattle. The project compiles but when I select "Instal" in the context menu of the project, the installation fails with this message:

Note: I translated the message.


Package C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\17.0\BPL\package1.bpl couldn't be loaded.
The given module couldn't be found.


The problem is that the package was not compiled into this directory. I changed the BPL directory for the bcc32c compiler in the options of the IDE. When I install the package over the "Component" menu it works. The package is also compiled with the additional option "-tP".

Has anybody an idea, why the IDE searches in the wrong path or how I can modify the IDE so that it looks in the right path?

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