Double post. Sorry.
To use the versions of RebEd you have included in the package, you must have Delphi 3 installed. Or specifically, you need vcl30.dlp in the same folder as RebEd or RebEdr. That file can be found easily by installing Delphi 3 (check the Windows\System32\ folder). Of course, it won't install on an x64 system. All you really need is vcl30, which was amazing difficult to find. Here's a link
; just unzip and put it inside the folder with whichever version of RebEd you are trying to run.
Also, the steps provided for x64 systems are missing several steps. In order to install Reloaded, you must install Rebellion first. Which won't install on a 64 bit system. The installer needed is not included (I found reference to it being 70 MB), nor mentioned, and the registry file to make Windows think its installed is not mentioned or included. I was able to reconstruct it by working off the ones in the package, and then of course found your (Budius) version in another post, but not the installer.
After some tinkering, I almost got Reloaded installed. If you can help, see my description of the problem in this thread.
Its over there since it really isn't something wrong with the package; its Reloaded itself that isn't working properly.
EDIT: Any idea how to get your version of RebEd to work? It keeps telling me it can't find bla\bla\Star Wars Rebellion\\GDATA\Mncharsd.dat (or any of the other dat files). The double slash is there in the error message; is that part of the problem? I checked, the .dat files are right where they should be. And I just tried vanilla RebEd; it throws the same error. I really do have a love/hate thing going with RebEd...
EDIT AGAIN: I found out the double slash (\\) is a result of a double slash in the registry file. Removing them there and re-merging removes the extra slashes. However, RebEd still won't recognize the files. I renamed everything to be identical to what RebEd is looking for, including the case of each letter. Still no go. Any ideas?