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ID: 25626, ilink32 version 5.66 Update for C++BuilderX Professional

by Tim DelChiaro Email: Anonymous

This update resolves an issue in ilink32 with an access violation when linking together large numbers of object files. It affects C++BuilderX customers who may need to compile legacy VCL applications.
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ilink32 Version 5.66 ReadMe

This patch resolves an issue in ilink32 with an access violation when linking together large numbers of object files. The test case used for the patch consisted of 135 object files using the VCL.

This patch applies to C++Builder6 users and C++BuilderX users who wish to compile VCL applications.

You must install the patch SKU ( enterprise, professional or standard ) that matches your copy of C++Builder.

The patch consists of 2 files: ilink32.exe and ilink32.dll, which should install to the bin subdirectory of your C++Builder6 or C++BuilderX install. By default, C++Builder6 is installed to C:\Program Files\Borland\CBuilder6\ and C++BuilderX is installed to C:\CBuilderX\.

To install the patch:

  1. Download the zip file to your harddrive and unzip it.
  2. Copy ilink32.exe and ilink32.dll to the bin directory of your C++Builder install, copying over the existing files.

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