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Thread: [compilation] release compilation looks for rtl240



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Michal Koza

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[compilation] release compilation looks for rtl240
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  Posted: Dec 20, 2016 1:42 AM
Dear Berlin Users,

I have probably trivilal problem, but cannot overcome it. I am trying to compile my hello world application and I get error:
"Unable to locate component"
This appliation has failed since rtl240.bpl was not found.

In Project Option I chose Release Configuration - 32 bit Windows platform and I have selected:
Link with Dynamic RLT and
Link with Delphi Runtime library and
Link with runtime packages

I am using RAD 10.1 Berlin.
Any thoughts?

Thank you in advance!
Jeff Overcash (...

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Re: [compilation] release compilation looks for rtl240
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  Posted: Dec 20, 2016 2:53 AM   in response to: Michal Koza in response to: Michal Koza
Michal Koza wrote:
Dear Berlin Users,

I have probably trivilal problem, but cannot overcome it. I am trying to compile my hello world application and I get error:
"Unable to locate component"
This appliation has failed since rtl240.bpl was not found.

In Project Option I chose Release Configuration - 32 bit Windows platform and I have selected:
Link with Dynamic RLT and
Link with Delphi Runtime library and
Link with runtime packages

I am using RAD 10.1 Berlin.
Any thoughts?

Thank you in advance!

Turning those on means you have to deploy the packages with the app. If you
want a single standalone app they should all be unchecked.

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