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Using Delphi VCL in C++ Builder

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I have a third party VCL in a DCU file and I'd like to add
it to my component palette.  This means that I have no
source code.  How do I add the control?
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Question by:tarang
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by:brendanmc
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have you tried just adding the component?
What version of delphi is it for?

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by:tarang
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I tried just adding the DCU and that did not work.

The component was for Delphi 2.0.  Acutally it's Crystal Reports component that comes with either version 5 or 6.
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In that case i would reccomend contacting the author of the Component, and asking if they have a version that works with C++ Builder.....

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