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#1 Posted : Tuesday, May 28, 2013 3:33:03 AM(UTC)

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If you want to build projects that use LEADTOOLS v18 DLLs with VS 2012, you should use the DLLs from CDLLVC11 folder. However, the toolkit has the DLLs in the CDLLVC10 folder. So, you need to copy them to the CDLLVC11 Folder.
You can do that as follows:
1. Take a copy of the CDLLVC11 folder and name it "CDLLVC11_Original".
You can find the CDLLVC11 folder here:
[LEADTOOLS 18]\Bin\CDLLVC11
2. Delete both Win32 and x64 folders inside the CDLLVC11 folder.
3. Copy both Win32 and x64 folders from the CDLLVC10 folder to the CDLLVC11 folder.
4. In the CDLLVC11 folder, delete the VC++ 2010 runtime files (include 100 in their name such as atl100.dll, msvcp100.dll, etc).
5. Copy both Win32 and x64 folders from the CDLLVC11_Original folder to the CDLLVC11 folder.

If you face any problem with one of the previous steps, feel free to contact us by sending an email to support@leadtools.com, and include full details about the problem.

Note: You should do the same steps but with CDLL folder if you want to use VS2008.
 

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