|Related to : Delphi Chromium Embedded CEF3: inspect element|
|Delphi Chromium Embedded - version of Chromium?|
I'm not sure how you figure you have version 3.06 of Delphi Chromium
Embedded. That project doesn't have version numbers.
Maybe you're looking at the binary downloads it last updated in
October 2011, which are from revision 306 of the main Chromium
Embedded Framework project. As of today, the latest revision of CEF is
r1617; r306 is comparatively ancient.
Use DCEF3. It's an entirely separate pro
|fail to install chromium embedded on C++ Builder from Delphi files|
You're installing the selected component into the IDE's default
custom-component package. That package evidently makes reference to
the TOutline component, but that component isn't defined in the
package. Normally, TOutline is in the vclsmp package, so add vclsmp to
your component package's requires list.
Preferably, use a different and more typical technique for installing
the Chromium control.
There is a guiclient demo if official source code to do this. Look at
The code below is a class extension :
class function TTestExtension.hello: string;
Result := 'Hello from Delphi';
The code below register the extension class :
The code below call your native code from a HTML page :
alert ( app.
|Chromium Embedded Framework won't build or run|
I assume you are referring to either the cef_simple or the cef_client
projects that come bundled with the libraries...
Set the macro value for CEF_ENABLE_SANDBOX to 0 in cef_simple.cpp and
The error indicates that a library you are linking to is not
compatible with simple_app.obj. In this case, this library
(cef_sandbox.lib) is built with _MSC_VER 1800 (
|Delphi Chromium Local Storage|
Add the following at the end of your unit:
CefCache := 'e: empcef';
CefCache will be used at the initialisation of the dcef in ceflib.pas
on line 7772.