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Hi,

When I included fmodex.dll in my install package I got the message “DllRegisterServer export not found”.

According to Inno Setup which I use for packaging my app:
“This message normally means that you specified the “regserver” flag on a file that doesn’t possess the ability to be registered. “

Indicates that fmodex.dll should not / can not be registred. Is the idea that fmodex.dll should just be be put in the same dir as the .exe that use it. Or in systms dir? What’s the thought on this?

:-) Selecta http://soundman.jamrid.com

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[quote="selectaofjamrid":3bcfnq1a]Hi,

When I included fmodex.dll in my install package I got the message “DllRegisterServer export not found”.

According to Inno Setup which I use for packaging my app:
“This message normally means that you specified the “regserver” flag on a file that doesn’t possess the ability to be registered. “

Indicates that fmodex.dll should not / can not be registred. Is the idea that fmodex.dll should just be be put in the same dir as the .exe that use it. Or in systms dir? What’s the thought on this?

:-) Selecta http://soundman.jamrid.com[/quote:3bcfnq1a]Yeah, uh, it’s not a COM server, so you don’t register it. You just put it in your app dir (or the system folder, if you’re feeling mischevious.)

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Thanks, that was the answer I was looking for.

If I put it in the system folder I will get a version conflict with other fmod ex apps as they might use another fmodex version right? So it’s a better to put in the app dir, right?

:-) Selecta

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