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I am testing the new Tokyo release (I have the 30 day Architect trial) and after building each of the modules I right click but don't see an option to install.

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The instructions specifically state:
 

10) After building all packages install design time packages by right-clicking and selecting Install in following order:

 

  SynEdit_D20xx.bpl

    uniGUIxxdcl.bpl

    uniGUIxxChartdcl.bpl

    uniGUIxxmdcl.bpl (Plus/Complete Editions only)

 

It would seem that I am missing a step (or as a new user of RAD Studio, I'm just not quite grasping the concept) as the bpl modules I've compiled don't have an option to install when I right click.  I've found the compiled modules in Explorer but they have a bpl extension and even when I attempt to install them through the Add Package option I am told they are not design time packages.

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Farshad,

 

I don't know if this is a limitation of the Rad Studio 10.2 trial, but when I right click on the uSynEdit_R2021.bp in the project manager after running the build there is no menu option for Install.  Perhaps I am not able to install the components in the Delphi trial environment?  My menu choices are:

 

  • Compile
  • Build
  • Clean
  • From Here >
  • Run
  • Run Without Debugging
  • Build Sooner
  • Build Later
  • Show in Explorer
  • Add...
  • Add New >
  • Add Reference
  • Remove File...
  • Remove Project
  • Save
  • Save As
  • Rename
  • Add to Version Control
  • Activate
  • Sort By >
  • Dependencies
  • Modeling Support
  • Format Project Sources
  • Options

That's it.  No Install.  Maybe that's why I was confused as I'm usually pretty adept at following instructions.  :)

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Apparently, I am NOT such a good instruction follower.  I just realized that there are only four items in the project manager that have DCL as part of the package name and when right clicking on those I DO see Install.  Never mind - ID 10 T error!  LOL  Everything installed correctly and the demo compiled and ran fine.  I'm off and running now with my evaluation.

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Apparently, I am NOT such a good instruction follower.  I just realized that there are only four items in the project manager that have DCL as part of the package name and when right clicking on those I DO see Install.  Never mind - ID 10 T error!  LOL  Everything installed correctly and the demo compiled and ran fine.  I'm off and running now with my evaluation.

 

Thanks for update.

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