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As I wrote, it did not work at first.
I then changed it this and that … and now it works. I’ll explain how to do.
My system is as follows:
Visual Studio 2008
If you have trouble using the “IEvolution” with windows 7 x64, you should try this too.
- You must copy the “iecore.dll” to the Window\System
(NOT sysWOW64, Nor System32)
- In Visual Studio, “Tools -> Choose Toolbox Items” and on “. NET Framework Components” tab, browse “IEvolution2.dll”.
(You can do the same with right-click the Toolbox and select “Choose items …”)
- When you open the Demo Project, you must add “references” to IEvolution, and then right-click the project name and select “Properties”, then “Build” tab.
You must change the “Platform Target – Any CPU” to “x86 “.
When you create your own project, you need to make it No.3.
Now everything works!
This way, you can work with the latest version of IEvolution3.12.
IEvolution is freeware and you can download it from the following URI:
I installed IEvolution by HiComponents (http://www.hicomponents.com/), but I cannot even compile the demo program included with the DLLs.
I installed IEvolution.DLL and copied IECore.DLL in the Windows System folder. But it does not work.
When I compile demo project, I get only the following exception.
Make sure the file image is a valid managed assembly or module.
This exception is thrown when unmanaged code is passed to Load for loading.
Actually I cannot convert demo projects to Visual Studio 2008 projects, not so easy either. XML error occurs!
Can someone tell me how to do it?