The ever present, Chee Wee Chua, reminded me of something that you may have already encountered with yesterday’s fix. Be sure you run sn -Vr on the Borland.Studio.Vcl.Design.dll assembly. That will disable strong-name validation for that assembly so that it will load properly. Thanks, Chee Wee! Duh! If that doesn’t fix it, you can simply not install the Borland.Studio.Vcl.Design.dll assembly until I can figure out how to get it strong-named… I guess I’ll have to see about grabbing our strong name private key from the integration team.
Update: I’ve now strong named the Borland.Studio.Vcl.Design.dll assembly and updated the d2005_update.zip file. You’ll need to re-download this file.
Udpate 2: There is now a CodeCentral entry that has these updates. I’ll probably be removing the files from homepages.borland.com in a few days in favor of using CodeCentral.
Update 3: Ok… for now, ignore the Borland.Studio.Vcl.Design.dll assembly until I can get the assembly version number garbledygook figured out.Posted by Allen Bauer on September 14th, 2005 under Uncategorized |