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LockBox 3 is a Delphi library for cryptography. Currently supported Delphi 7, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2010. It provides support for AES, DES, 3DES, Blowfish, Twofish, SHA, MD5, a variety of chaining modes, RSA digital signature and verific...


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  • dsaggagsdf

    dsaggagsdf - 2013-11-19

    the inno setup files are point to drive V and not relative to the installation folder.
    in build\Inno script\Setup.iss
    there is:

    define SourceProductPath "V:\projects\turbopower\lockbox3\Executable bay\Staging bay - Input to install engine"

    define HelperPath "V:\Projects\TurboPower\LockBox3\Executable bay"

    define LockBoxSourceRoot "V:\projects\turbopower\lockbox3\trunc"

    define OutputDir "V:\Projects\TurboPower\LockBox3\Executable bay\Workspace - Install engine output"

    if you assume that the code was checked out with svn, you can assume the folder strucher integrity. meaning you can direct the installion files with .\ current durectory ..\ perent directory.

    tried to compile the inno setup code .

    if you want me to to it, let me know.

     
    Last edit: dsaggagsdf 2013-11-19
  • Cas Wegkamp

    Cas Wegkamp - 2014-07-28

    Hello,

    I'm trying to install Lockbox 3 for Delphi XE6 but it keeps generating an error. It says the uTPLB_OpenSSL.dcu isn't found but I can't for the life of me fix this problem. Perhaps I am doing something wrong when installing it. Here's step by step what I did to install LockBox 3.4.3.

    1. After downloading the zip file I extracted it to the desired folder.
    2. Went to folder ..\LockBox3\packages\DXE6
    3. Opened file: TP_LockBox3.dpk, "Build" it and closed it again
    4. Opened file: dclTP_LockBox3.dpk, "Build" it and this is where the error occurs.

    This is where I get an error, see the screenshot below. I cannot for the life of me figure out what I am doing wrong. The file is not present in ..\DXE6\Win32\Debug. Some help would be greatly appreciated. Please treat me like I am four years old as I am obviously missing something but can't figure out what.

     
    • Sean B. Durkin

      Sean B. Durkin - 2014-08-03

      Cas,

      I no longer maintain the project on SourceForge. Somebody else does.

      I have forked the project and maintain the forked version on GoogleCode
      (https://code.google.com/p/tplockbox/)
      If you uninstall TP LockBox 3.4.3 and and install the 3.5 version from
      GoogleCode, and have any problems, please address the LockBox 3 forums
      (http://lockbox.seanbdurkin.id.au/tiki-view_forum.php?forumId=2)

      Faithfully,
      Sean B. Durkin

      On 29/07/2014 9:20 AM, Cas Wegkamp wrote:

      Hello,

      I'm trying to install Lockbox 3 for Delphi XE6 but it keeps generating an error. It says the uTPLB_OpenSSL.dcu isn't found but I can't for the life of me fix this problem. Perhaps I am doing something wrong when installing it. Here's step by step what I did to install LockBox 3.4.3.

      1. After downloading the zip file I extracted it to the desired folder.
      2. Went to folder ..\LockBox3\packages\DXE6
      3. Opened file: TP_LockBox3.dpk, "Build" it and closed it again
      4. Opened file: dclTP_LockBox3.dpk, "Build" it and this is where the error occurs.

      This is where I get an error, see the screenshot below. I cannot for the life of me figure out what I am doing wrong. The file is not present in ..\DXE6\Win32\Debug. Some help would be greatly appreciated. Please treat me like I am four years old as I am obviously missing something but can't figure out what.

      Attachment: LockBox3ErrorDXE6.jpg (292.5 kB; image/jpeg)


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  • Cas Wegkamp

    Cas Wegkamp - 2014-08-03

    What's the passcode for the forum because this aint working. Now I get the error that tp_lockbox_xe6.bpl is missing. Why doesnt it have an installer anyway?

     

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