Author Topic: How to configure the C++ Builder 5.5 for Code::Blocks? I have meet some trouble!  (Read 9492 times)

Offline boyeestudio

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How to configure the C++ Builder 5.5 for Code::Blocks? I have meet some trouble!

I alwayz encounter that :unable to open included file "vcl.h"
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Can anyone give me an explaination detailly!
Thanks!
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Offline Michael

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Hello,

I have three suggestions that could help you.

1) Try to search in the forum about Borland compiler. There were some posts already about that compiler. May be one of them could help you solve your problem.

2) Check if you have set correctly all the include/link directory in C::B.

3) Try the Borland compiler website. May be you have to do something special to make it works.

Hope this would help.

Michael

Offline MortenMacFly

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Can anyone give me an explaination detailly!
I would recommend the following: Create a hello world project (using the C::B template), setup the BC55 compiler to show the full compile log and post this log here in the forum. This way I remember the last BC55 related issue was solved very quick.

Morten.

Edit: I've attached a Hello World project for my machine that works. Maybe this helps if you change it to fit your environment (BC55 path etc.). However: I still recommend the above statement.


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Compiler logging: Settings->Compiler & Debugger->tab "Other"->Compiler logging="Full command line"
C::B Manual: http://www.codeblocks.org/docs/main_codeblocks_en.html
C::B FAQ: http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=FAQ

Offline severach

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The VCL is Borland's Visual Controls Library. None of the VCL tools are included in Borland's free C++ compiler. You need to build the screens from scratch in pure C or C++ or go buy Borland C++ Builder.