To use a setup toolkit other than Visual Studio .NET the tables below show all the files necessary for TX Text Control to operate properly. You must ensure that all necessary files exist on your client's machine. For 32bit applications, the files in the following lists can be found in the \Assembly and the \Assembly\bin subdirectories of your TX Text Control installation directory. For 64bit applications, the files can be found in the \Assembly and the \Assembly\bin64 subdirectories.
For a Windows Forms or a WPF application all necessary files must be copied into the same folder as your application's executable program file. For a browser-based ASP.NET Web application using the HTML5 Web Editor the installation is described in the chapters Redistribution and Deployment and Distributing a TX Text Control .NET Server Project.
TX Text Control Windows Forms Components (\Assembly subdirectory):
TX Text Control WPF Components (\Assembly subdirectory):
TX Text Control Server Component (\Assembly subdirectory):
TX Text Control core assemblies (\Assembly\bin and \Assembly\bin64 subdirectory). These files are necessary for all components:
TX Text Control text filters (\Assembly\bin and \Assembly\bin64 subdirectory) These files are necessary for all components:
To use TX Text Control's XML features the Microsoft XML parser must be installed in the Windows system directory. The following lists the necessary files. Please refer to Microsoft's redistribution policy if you need to redistribute them.
Depending on your platform, one of the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 is required.