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Ini file size limitation

Posted on 1998-01-09
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I uses TIniFile to store a lot of configuration values from my applications. All was working perfectly until that when all new values I try to had were simply ignored. First when I click the add button, the value are put in a TListBox and when I close the dialog boxe, there are save in the inifile.

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prJoy,

Windows '95 STILL has a 64kb size limitation on .INI files. You may want to split the .INI files into separate files or find some way to "link" them that your program understands.

Hope this helps & Good Luck with your project!
Pegasus
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