kbmMemTable missing DSDesign.dcu

Is anyone using kbmMemTable with C++ Builder/2010?  I bought the subscription so that I could get the 6.0 sources, but the newest C++ project they have is for BCB6 and it doesn't work.  The developer recommended using the D2010 project, but that requires Delphi, which I do not have.

The code references DSDesign.dcu, which it can't find.  I found sources for it, but including those in my project just leads to more undefined symbols that I cannot find.

I'm dead in the water until I get this resolved.  Does anyone have any hints for me?

Edit:  Does anyone know if there are libraries/units included with Delphi that are not installed with C++ Builder?  Is it possible that this is my problem, or am I barking up the wrong tree?  I actually have similar issues with another major component we're using, but it's a little less mission critical.

Any hints or tips will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!!
kmustang1Asked:
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Mahdi78Commented:
Add vcldesigner.dcp to requires of package
C:\Program Files\CodeGear\RAD Studio\6.0\lib
kmustang1Author Commented:
Thanks Mahdi78.  Unfortunately, this is C++ Builder.  I cannot add Pascal units to the requires sections. Those units need to be compiled into a library in order for me to use them (as far as I've been able to tell, anyway).  This is the bit that I'm missing, I haven't been able to find a library that includes that package.

Someone on the kbmMemTable forums suggested using the command line tools to do the compile.  This sort-of worked, the compile seemed to succeed, but I cannot load the resulting package into the IDE.

Thanks for your suggestion!
kmustang1Author Commented:
Update:

I found the vcldesigner.bpi, and tried to add that to my requires section.  It errors and tells me that it is already in the search path.
Mahdi78Commented:
Try designide.dcp, dcldb.dcp or VclSmp.dcp, try other dcp files in lib directory
kmustang1Author Commented:
I can not link in any .dcp file.  Thanks for your help, though!

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