True, but I have gotten to the point
where I hardly ever use Epic Architect anymore. I can run dtgen from
the command line and get my parse, I edit my DTDs in CodeWright.
When I ran the install, I skipped installing
Turbo XML, it really does not have any impact on the Epic installation.
Like you said, the Trubo install takes place after Epic is installed.
One thing I have had to do on the install
of 5.2 is uninstall it and do it over. I selected a "complete"
install and it loaded the Dynamic Link Manager which I don't have licensed.
So every time I open Epic, it stated giving me an error that it could
not find the license, even after telling epic not to try and run it anymore.
Another thing to keep in mind. If
you have Styler and you DO NOT want a plain Epic Editor icon then uncheck
the Epic Editor and check the Epic Editor with Styler button.
As always if you already have a license, just copy the license files from
you old install to your new one and cancel the license administrator software.
Use that only if you have problems.