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Posted on 2003-11-16
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This is about the basics of what I'm trying to do:

const cfgFile = 'ext-pisg.conf';

procedure tConfig.Load;
var cfgIni : TIniFile;
    str : TStrings;

begin
 cfgIni.Create(cfgFile);
 MessageDlg(cfgIni.FileName, mtInformation,
      [mbOk], 0);


end;

but whenever I call the cfgIni.Create(cfgFile); i get a Stack Overflow. Do you know why this happens?

Thx
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kretzschmar earned 125 total points
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instead Of

cfgIni.Create(cfgFile);
 
use

cfgIni := TIniFile.Create(cfgFile);

meikl ;-)
 
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by:Professor
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Figured it out ;)
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