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Problem on merging files

 
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mediatech



Joined: 11 Mar 2005
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 8:14 am    Post subject: Problem on merging files Reply with quote

i tried to merge SIL-files with following code:

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procedure MergeFile(sUpdSil: string);
begin
if FileExists(sLAngDir+'\'+sUpdSil) then
begin //Merge files
siLAng1.SILFile:= sLangDir+'\'+sUpdSil;
siLang1.LoadAllFromFile(sLAngDir+'\'+sUpdSil, true);
if (siLAng1.MergeAllFromFile(sUpdDir+'\'+sUpdSil)) then
_MTDeleteFile(sUpdDir+'\'+sUpdSil);
end //merge files
else begin //new file copy
if (_MTCopyFile(sUpdDir+'\'+sUpdSil, sLAngDir+'\'+sUpdSil, false)) then
_MTDeleteFile(sUpdDir+'\'+sUpdSil);
end; //new file, copy
end;
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sUpdFIle is a SIL FIle that contains update items or a new file. "sLAngDir" is the directory with the sil-files used by application, supddir is a directory with new/updated sil-files.
The "mergeallfromfile"-function returns "true", but neither an existing item is updated nor new items are in the sil-file after merging.

What´s going wrong ?

Best regards

Andreas
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isiticov
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You need to call SaveAllToFile() to save merged content to file.
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