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Topic: Compiling PDFlib
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 75756
From: SteveClaridge
Date: 11/6/2002 02:06 AM

I am trying to compile a DLL from the PDFlib source using
Borland C++ Builder 4. I have used the example dll project
that comes with the source but I am getting the following
compile error:

"Initialization is only partially bracketed" in tif_fax3sm.c

I have tried bracketing the defined array to match the
declaration of TIFFFaxTabEnt but this only moves the
point at which the compiler raises the error further into
the structure.

I only want the DLL so I can create Pdfs that don't contain
the www.pdflib.com stamp across them, is there anywhere
I can pick the DLL from or is this infringing the copyright?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Steve.


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