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- Subject: Re: system error 14001 and vcredist_x86.exe
- From: "Andrew Wilson" <agrwagrw@...>
- Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 14:17:30 -0400
Some apps just include doing an install of vcredist_x86.exe before
installing themselves, maybe that's the solution? AGRW
On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 10:25 AM, RJP Computing <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 8:59 PM, Antonio Scuri <email@example.com>
>> Let me just complement with something we did for Lua for Windows. The
>> LuaBinaries DLL today do not have the manifests embedded. And we had some
>> minor problems that were best solved if they had.
> I thought this was the EXE not the DLL. I think it is the right idea to
> embed the manifest in the main executable. If fact it makes sense, but to do
> this in a late-loaded DLL (C Module) just creates too much headache. If
> fact, I can only find _one_ solution, to install the 'vcredist_x86.exe'.
> This is just difficult if you have many computers to maintain. And the
> benifits don't outway the resulting conflicts, in my opinion.
>> So I build a custom DLL for Lua for Windows to have some feedback on this
>> issue. But the LuaBinaries DLLs are not dynamically loaded, so it is not the
>> same problem reported by Ryan.
>> I was just ready to release the next IUP version including the manifests.
>> I think it is a good idea that modules developed with VC8/VC9 have their
>> manifests embedded. This explicitly says to the system what RTL DLL you are
> This will then *require* 'vcredist.exe' to be installed. I just can't stress
> enough that I feel this is the wrong desision. I think others can comment on
> this to help stress the problem or to explain how I am wrong.
>> This problem needs to be further investigated. So far I understood that
>> the problem occurs only when using the "lua.exe" executable in an
>> environment that does not have the mscvr80.dll installed on the Windows
>> repository, right?
> Yes, and the only way that happens is through the vcredist_x86.exe, as far
> as I can tell.
> RJP Computing