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Posted on 2011-02-11
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As yo may see on attached picture i can't use my app any more. In project directory i do not see any diference. it looks like any other project to me. Sometimes in general while i work i make some mistakes and app run in error. So is it the truble that ruines it.
What must be repared?

What is wrong?


program Mont;

uses
  Forms,
  jeMap in 'jeMap.pas' {Form1},
 {$R *.res}

begin
  Application.Initialize;
  Application.CreateForm(TForm1, Form1);
   Application.Run;
end.
forma.JPG
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by:Geert Gruwez
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close delphi
delete the .dsk in the project folder
start delphi
and run again
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by:pr2501
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i can not find .dsk in project folder.
(see attached picture)
forma2.JPG
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by:epasquier
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it would seem that you are opening the .exe in Delphi.
Close it, and open the .DPR

If opening the DPR leads to this, I don't know what you have fucked up but probably you'll have to recreate the project and add the units.
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by:Geert Gruwez
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wow, good eyes epasquier ... you still have it
i missed that detail :) !
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pasolo earned 500 total points
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It appears it was saved in Unicode.
Open forma.dpr with a text editor that support Save As Ansi. It should fix if that was the reason.
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by:pasolo
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epasquier, it does not appear like the .exe file if we are seeing from the start of it. The EXE signature is not there. For me. forma.dpr was saved as Unicode.
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by:systan
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hi epasquier, nice to see you.
hi Geert; I know your holding a beer.

Yes, it's not an .Exe format, its just an .exe file overwritted,  but not also saved as Unicode.
It's just an .exe file that was overwritten into a formed of hexa-code.

Ok;
Cleanup your Delphi files; using this console commands; or make a batch file to automate the deletion;
del *.exe /s
del *.dcu /s
del *.res /s
del *.~* /s
del *.cfg /s
del *.bdsproj
del *.bdsproj.*


After that commands,  rebuild your project, make a new project, add all your necessary .pas files to the project.
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by:pr2501
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I have copied .dpr from an old project and now is ok.

tahnk you
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