The Programming Works – Delphi component’s package installation procedure has always been a mess. If you don’t rely on self-made “automated” installations that just copy compiled binaries and do some registry patches that could easily destroy your Delphi installation beyond repair you should do everything manually from IDE. It takes time, and if you have a lot of packages it takes a lot of time. To make the situation even worse the package configuration information is now scattered among 3 files – *.dpk, *.dproj and *.res; and these files contains both important package configuration and ...
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