Why do you need to use "Delphi"-written components?
Can't you use .NET components? If so, you can have a look at MonoGIS
(http://www.monogis.org/), which is a library built on topo of Mono platform
which uses several third-party components as well; or maybe SharpMap
You can also use Java libraries, as GeoTools (http://geotools.codehaus.org/)
for instante, and use sg. like IKVM (http://www.ikvm.net/).
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> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:freegis-list-
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] En nombre de "Jörg Thomsen (MapMedia GmbH)"
> Enviado el: viernes, 08 de junio de 2007 12:18
> Para: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Asunto: Re: [Freegis-list] Delphi Mapping or GIS-Components?
> Hello Jan,
> > On Thursday 07 June 2007 12:50, "J?rg Thomsen (MapMedia GmbH)" wrote:
> >> > does anyone know free GIS-Tools or mapping components written in
> >> > I want to add some GIS-functionality into an existing delphi-written
> >> > software. I don't need much, just map-display, selection by
> >> > polygon, point and data-queries.
> >> >
> >> > I found DSpatial, but there the latest news are dated by 2003-08-
> > FreeGIS.org knows about these:
> I know, what freegis knows, that's not what I need. But I contacted one
> of the DSpatial developers and he could and will help, so freegis did
> help me too :)
> > Apparently Dephi isn't the first choice of Free Software developers.
> > Or vice versa ;-)
> That's the problem. Unfortunatly it is not possible to rewrite the whole
> existing facturing-software only to integrate the mapping component :).
> And as you said at FOSSGIS, one step to free software is better than
> another step to closed software.
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