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can I load tclmagick.dll if I didn't install the imagemagick?


hi

I want to use tclmagick in my program, but error occurred when I
executed the exe I made on another computer.

sounds like : couldn't load library "C:/document/sunng/local setting/
temp/tclxx.tmp" : this library or a dependent librarycould not be
found  in library path

anybody knows is there and additional restrict of using tclmagick.dll?

thanks

sunng

hi

I want to load tclmagick.dll in my program, but ,when I ran the exe
file on another computer (the exe file is made from my program), error
occurred, sounds like :

couldn't load library "C:/document/sunng/local setting/temp/tclxx.tmp"
invalid argument while executing "load  (some path)/tclmagick.dll"

does anybody use to load tclmagick.dll? how can I resolve the
problem?

many thanks!

sunng

sunng wrote:
> hi

> I want to load tclmagick.dll in my program, but ,when I ran the exe
> file on another computer (the exe file is made from my program), error
> occurred, sounds like :

> couldn't load library "C:/document/sunng/local setting/temp/tclxx.tmp"
> invalid argument while executing "load  (some path)/tclmagick.dll"

From checking the .dll using "depends", I would say that there are "hard
coded" references to various functions in several imagemagick DLLs in
the tclmagick code. So the answer, I think is no. You need at least a
minimal set of IM files installed in order to load tclmagick.

Hi, is the problem solved now ?

This weekend I was contacted with a similar question,
and it came out that a wrong combination of TclMagick and
ImageMagick/GraphicsMagick binaries had been used see below).

Regards, Rolf

Rolf Schroedter wrote, On 18.05.2007 20:45:

> Hi Keith,

> did you download the correct TclMagick-Version ?
>     TclMagick-0.44-Tcl849-GM-1.1.4-Q16-dll.zip   to be used with
GraphicsMagick
>     TclMagick-0.44-Tcl849-IM-6.1.9-Q16-dll.zip   to be used with
ImageMagick
> (Sorry, if I'm asking a stupid question).

> I downloaded and unpacked TclMagick-0.44-Tcl849-IM-6.1.9-Q16-dll.zip.
> Then I downloaded and installed a fresh ImageMagick binary

http://www.imagemagick.org/download/binaries/ImageMagick-6.3.4-1-Q16-...

> Afterwards I'm able to load the DLL with Tcl's [load] command:

>     d:\Temp\TclMagick-IM\win\Release>tclsh
>     % set tcl_patchLevel
>     8.4.13
>     % pwd
>     D:/Temp/TclMagick-IM/win/Release
>     % load tclmagick.dll
>     % package require TclMagick
>     0.44
>     %%

Roy Terry wrote, On 17.05.2007 21:06:

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