Compiling HTMLviewer in Windows 64bit

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    Ramon S

    Sep 11 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)

    I have a medium-large application.

    Using 2017r2, if I compile it 64bit I get a folder called "Windows 64bit/myApplicationName". There I find myApplicaton.exe, 6 DLL and 2 folders: Libs and Resources.
    But If I put a HTMLviewer control in a window, although I don't use, it I get besides what I've said a lot of files: one .exe, several .pak and .bin etc. plus a new folder called "Locale" with a lot of .pak files.
    This only happen with 64bit. With 32bit it works as always.

    Is it normal?

    As far as I see, you only get WebKit dlls only if you have one HTMLViewer with Renderer set to WebKit.

    Please review all HTMLViewers in your project to check their setting.

  2. Christian S

    Sep 11 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (Germany)

    Sounds like chromium dlls are always included.

  3. Emile S

    Sep 11 Europe (France, Strasbourg)

    Ramon:
    you can add the missing ‘o’ in the Subject line by a click in that line.

  4. Christian S

    Sep 11 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Answer Europe (Germany)

    As far as I see, you only get WebKit dlls only if you have one HTMLViewer with Renderer set to WebKit.

    Please review all HTMLViewers in your project to check their setting.

  5. Ramon S

    Sep 11 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)

    @Emile S Ramon:
    you can add the missing ‘o’ in the Subject line by a click in that line.

    Thanks Emile.

  6. Ramon S

    Sep 11 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)

    @ChristianSchmitz As far as I see, you only get WebKit dlls only if you have one HTMLViewer with Renderer set to WebKit.

    Please review all HTMLViewers in your project to check their setting.

    Thanks Christian.
    In fact I have no HTMLviewer in my code. I just put one to check some things and I forgot to remove it.
    And then I had the surprise when compiling.
    Yes, you are right. It only happens with Webkit.

  7. Ramon S

    Sep 12 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)

    Just in case someone reads this thread.
    In 32bit these files exist too. But they are in the Libs folder, not in the main folder.

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