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readme.txt

TurboPack PNGComponents


Table of contents

1.  Introduction
2.  Package names
3.  Installation

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1. Introduction


PngComponents is a set of components that allows you to include in your application real PNG files.
You can read more about them in the Doku subfolder. 

This is a source-only release of TurboPack PNGComponents. It includes
designtime and runtime packages for Delphi and C++Builder and supports Win32 and Win64.

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2. Package names


TurboPack PNGComponents package names have the following form:

PNGComponentsD.bpl       (Delphi Runtime)
PNGComponentsDDesign.bpl (Delphi Designtime)

PNGComponentsD.bpl       (C++Builder Runtime)
PNGComponentsDDesign.bpl (C++Builder Designtime)

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3. Installation


To install TurboPack PNGComponents into your IDE, take the following
steps:

  1. Unzip the release files into a directory (e.g., d:\PNGComponents).

  2. Start RAD Studio.

  3. Add the source subdirectory (e.g., d:\PNGComponents\source) to the
     IDE's library path. For CBuilder, add the hpp subdirectory
     (e.g., d:\PNGComponents\source\hpp\Win32\Debug) to the IDE's system include path.

  3. Open & compile the runtime package specific to the IDE being
     used.
     
  4. Open & install the designtime package specific to the IDE being
     used. The IDE should notify you the components have been
     installed.
     
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