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RE: Re: Some dependant dlls missing in nightly builds for libapr.dll and libdb43.dll?

From: Arjan Zipp <a.zipp_at_governors.nl>
Date: 2005-12-14 12:17:37 CET

> >If you're using TSVN from your app (or any other dll provided by
> >TSVN), you *must* add a special manifest file to your app so it can
> >load the correct CRT/MFC dlls.
> Does this apply to every app which, for example, uses the
> common file dialog?
> They all end-up with TSVN in-process (and hence, by
> implication, the V8 CRT).

Some further testing shows that our application does run normally when
the copy-protection is switched off.

Our application is written in C#/.NET 1.1 and to protect it we are using
thinstall (http://www.thinstall.com). This is a wrapper around our
program which also wraps all dlls and other support files into a single
executable, which redirects various parts of the API to ensure that the
files wrapped in the package are available to it.

Maybe something is going wrong in combination with that? Maybe the
thinstall wrapper is also causing the dlls to be found in the bin

Any ideas?


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Received on Wed Dec 14 12:18:00 2005

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