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How get from mshtml.dll mshtml_tlb.pas?
Need use tlibimp?
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by:Lischke
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Hi doncov,

no you don't need tlibimp for getting mshtml.pas. At least with Delphi 5 C/S (don't know about others) the pas file is already there. But if you don't have it already then just import the mshtml.tlb file into Delphi. This will create the pas file for you automatically. The tlb is in the system folder of your Windows installation.

Ciao, Mike
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by:doncov
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With mshtml I finish.
And even so as correct to use tlibimp.exe
and needs the idle time an example this
utility.(tlibimp.exe ....).
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by:Lischke
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Sorry, doncov, I read the words but didn't get their meaning. Could you please formulate your last comment again? You can also write it in german if you have too many problems with english.

What I understand (I think) is that you now have the mshtml.pas file. Is this correct? If yes then your question here is answered and you should accept my contribution (if this was what you brought the solution, of course). For a short follow-up question I'm willing to answer here too.

Ciao, Mike
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by:doncov
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ß õî÷ó óçíàòü áîëüøå î tlibimp.exe è
ìíå íóæåí ïðèìåð íàïèñàíèÿ (êîìàíäíàÿ ñòðîêà) ýòîé êîìàíäû óòèëèòû.

Ich wolle erkennen mehr von tlibimp.exe
und ich brauche Beispiel der
Schreibung (Kommandozeile) diese Kommandoer utilit.
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by:doncov
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ß õî÷ó óçíàòü áîëüøå î tlibimp.exe è
ìíå íóæåí ïðèìåð íàïèñàíèÿ (êîìàíäíàÿ ñòðîêà) ýòîé êîìàíäû óòèëèòû.

Ich wolle erkennen mehr von tlibimp.exe
und ich brauche Beispiel der
Schreibung (Kommandozeile) diese Kommandoer utilit.
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Lischke earned 150 total points
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Very easy to use:

C:\Programme\BORLAND\DELPHI5\BIN>tlibimp c:\winnt4\system32\mshtml.tlb

will create mshtm_tlb.pas and the associated dcr file in the current directory.

Is it that what you need?
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by:doncov
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Thank You!
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