Incompatible types: 'TGFL_BITMAP' and 'PGFL_BITMAP'

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Nols Smit
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Incompatible types: 'TGFL_BITMAP' and 'PGFL_BITMAP'

Post by Nols Smit » Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:21 pm

Hi,

I rebuild my PC from Win 2K Pro to Win XP Pro. I'm using Delphi 7. I installed GFL SDK v2.4 and have libgfl240.dll, libgfle240.dll and qtintf70.dll in my Delphi project folder.

The code appearing below used to work fine on Win 2K Pro but now on Win XP Pro, I get the following compiling error on the last line in the code.

[Error] UserSessionUnit.pas(234): Incompatible types: 'TGFL_BITMAP' and 'PGFL_BITMAP'

Please help.

Regards,

Nols Smit

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procedure TIWUserSession.ConvertImage;
var
  sFileName, sFilePathName: string;
  j:integer;
  width, new_width, height, new_height: cardinal;
  lp: TGFL_LOAD_PARAMS;
  sp: TGFL_SAVE_PARAMS;
  gfl_bmp: PGFL_BITMAP;
  e,f: GFL_ERROR;
  format: string;

  ConvertError: boolean;
begin
  SmallMs.Clear;
  gflEnableLZW(GFL_TRUE);
  ConvertError := false;

  if ImageFilePathName <> '' then
  begin
    gflGetDefaultLoadParams(lp);
    e := gflLoadBitmap(Pchar(ImageFilePathName), gfl_bmp, lp, finfo);

    if (e <> gfl_no_error) then
    begin
      ConvertError := true;
      WebApplication.ShowMessage('File not an image: ' + string(gflGetErrorString(e)), smAlert);
    end;

    if not ConvertError then
    begin
      width := finfo.Width;
      height := finfo.Height;

      if width > height then
      begin
        new_width := rgrpSizeItems;
        new_height := Round((new_width / width) * height);
      end
      else
      begin
        new_height := rgrpSizeItems;
        new_width := Round((new_height / height) * width);
      end;

      gflResize(gfl_bmp, nil, new_width, new_height, GFL_RESIZE_BILINEAR, 0);

      j := 0; {jpg}

      format := gflGetDefaultFormatSuffixByIndex(j);
      gflGetDefaultSaveParams(sp);
      sp.FormatIndex := j;
      if j = 0 then
      begin
        sp.Quality := edtQualityText;
        sp.Flags := GFL_SAVE_ANYWAY;
      end;

      sFileName := WebApplication.AppID +  '_' + IntToStr(Random(1000)) + '.jpg';
      sFilePathName := gsAppPath + '\Files\' + sFileName;

      f := gflSaveBitmap(PChar(sFilePathName),gfl_bmp^, sp);

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guest

Post by guest » Fri Dec 02, 2005 10:18 am

Maybe this:
f := gflSaveBitmap(PChar(sFilePathName),gfl_bmp^, sp);

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