Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-09 Thread Francois PIETTE
 v6 promises a lot for everybody but currently BCB users cannot use it.

I will make it works with BCB2006 but the priority is to make everything 
works with Delphi first. I mean make all V5 component work in V6, including 
ICS-SSL. Then I will seriously take a look at BCB problems.


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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-09 Thread Fastream Technologies
Hello,

I think we should make the fundamental components (FTPS/HTTPS/WSocket) 
compatible with BCB2006 concurrently as making other components v6. If you 
decide to go this way, we can contribute to the conversion process by money 
and work power. I cannot commit to work all by myself for you but we can 
hire people for this!

Best Regards,

SZ

- Original Message - 
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To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2006 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 v6 promises a lot for everybody but currently BCB users cannot use it.

 I will make it works with BCB2006 but the priority is to make everything
 works with Delphi first. I mean make all V5 component work in V6, 
 including
 ICS-SSL. Then I will seriously take a look at BCB problems.


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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-09 Thread Francois PIETTE
 I think we should make the fundamental components (FTPS/HTTPS/WSocket)
 compatible with BCB2006 concurrently as making other components v6.

By the way, see my message dated 26/03/2006 ICS-V6 almost finalized.

 If you decide to go this way, we can contribute to the conversion process 
 by money
 and work power. I cannot commit to work all by myself for you but we can
 hire people for this!

You don't need my authorization to hire people and make them working on 
ICS-V6 !

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-03 Thread Fredrik Bergström
I'm also running BCB6 and BCB2006.

For BCB6 I run a quite old v5 and for BCB2006 the latest beta.

I did have some small problems with installing on BCB2006, but I got
the project file to work after some fiddling about. And now it works
great.

Do not remember how I got it to work, I think I used the project file
from the Partner CD, but not completely sure.

I really like BCB2006, it is like a vacation after working all day
with a large project in BCB6 ;).

/Fredrik

On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 18:36:17 +0200 GMT, Fastream wrote:

 Hello,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this list.
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install and
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 Best Regards,

 SubZ 


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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-03 Thread Fredrik Bergström
Sorry, should have been:

For BCB6 I run a quite old v5 and for BCB2006 the latest v5 beta.

/Fredrik

On Mon, 3 Apr 2006 17:17:34 +0200 GMT, Fredrik wrote:

 I'm also running BCB6 and BCB2006.

 For BCB6 I run a quite old v5 and for BCB2006 the latest beta.

 I did have some small problems with installing on BCB2006, but I got
 the project file to work after some fiddling about. And now it works
 great.

 Do not remember how I got it to work, I think I used the project file
 from the Partner CD, but not completely sure.

 I really like BCB2006, it is like a vacation after working all day
 with a large project in BCB6 ;).

 /Fredrik

 On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 18:36:17 +0200 GMT, Fastream wrote:

 Hello,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this list.
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install and
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 Best Regards,

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-03 Thread Fastream Technologies
v6 promises a lot for everybody but currently BCB users cannot use it.

SZ

- Original Message - 
From: Fredrik Bergström [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 6:19 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 Sorry, should have been:

 For BCB6 I run a quite old v5 and for BCB2006 the latest v5 beta.

 /Fredrik

 On Mon, 3 Apr 2006 17:17:34 +0200 GMT, Fredrik wrote:

 I'm also running BCB6 and BCB2006.

 For BCB6 I run a quite old v5 and for BCB2006 the latest beta.

 I did have some small problems with installing on BCB2006, but I got
 the project file to work after some fiddling about. And now it works
 great.

 Do not remember how I got it to work, I think I used the project file
 from the Partner CD, but not completely sure.

 I really like BCB2006, it is like a vacation after working all day
 with a large project in BCB6 ;).

 /Fredrik

 On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 18:36:17 +0200 GMT, Fastream wrote:

 Hello,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this 
 list.
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install 
 and
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 Best Regards,

 SubZ



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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Bevan Edwards
Hi Arno,

I followed your instructions for installing ICS v6 (see below), but when 
I compile a project with a single HttpCli component on it, I get 
Declaration terminated incorrectly and Multiple declaration for 
u_long errors from the OverbyteIcsWinsock.hpp file.

You mentioned that you compiled such a project without any problems. 
How did you get rid of these messages?

Regards,

Bevan



Arno Garrels wrote:
 Arno Garrels wrote:
 
Fastream Technologies wrote:

I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
considering doing within the next month or so (depending on availability
of my time).

I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade to
the latest version.

Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the ICS
components become available on the Tool Palette in both personalities. 

I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
compiled it w/o any problem.
 
 
 Forgot to say that if you use above methode the BCB-BDS2006 demo projects
 complain that IcsBcb100.lib cannot be found. I had to remove that reference
 manually from the project files.
 
 
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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Arno Garrels
Bevan Edwards wrote:
 Hi Arno,
 
 I followed your instructions for installing ICS v6 (see below), but when
 I compile a project with a single HttpCli component on it, I get
 Declaration terminated incorrectly and Multiple declaration for
 u_long errors from the OverbyteIcsWinsock.hpp file.
 
 You mentioned that you compiled such a project without any problems.
 How did you get rid of these messages?

I was talking about V5, I've not yet installed V6. 

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 Regards,
 
 Bevan
 
 
 
 Arno Garrels wrote:
 Arno Garrels wrote:
 
 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 
 I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
 installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
 considering doing within the next month or so (depending on
 availability of my time).
 
 I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade
 to the latest version.
 
 Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
 checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the
 ICS components become available on the Tool Palette in both
 personalities. 
 
 I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
 compiled it w/o any problem.
 
 
 Forgot to say that if you use above methode the BCB-BDS2006 demo projects
 complain that IcsBcb100.lib cannot be found. I had to remove that
 reference manually from the project files.
 
 
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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Bevan Edwards
Oh, I might switch to v5 then ;)

Arno Garrels wrote:
 Bevan Edwards wrote:
 
Hi Arno,

I followed your instructions for installing ICS v6 (see below), but when
I compile a project with a single HttpCli component on it, I get
Declaration terminated incorrectly and Multiple declaration for
u_long errors from the OverbyteIcsWinsock.hpp file.

You mentioned that you compiled such a project without any problems.
How did you get rid of these messages?
 
 
 I was talking about V5, I've not yet installed V6. 
 
 ---
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 http://www.overbyte.be/eng/overbyte/teamics.html
 
 
 
Regards,

Bevan



Arno Garrels wrote:

Arno Garrels wrote:


Fastream Technologies wrote:


I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
considering doing within the next month or so (depending on
availability of my time).

I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade
to the latest version.

Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the
ICS components become available on the Tool Palette in both
personalities. 

I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
compiled it w/o any problem.


Forgot to say that if you use above methode the BCB-BDS2006 demo projects
complain that IcsBcb100.lib cannot be found. I had to remove that
reference manually from the project files.


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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Arno Garrels
Bevan Edwards wrote:
 Oh, I might switch to v5 then ;)

The only reason why I'm still on V5 is not enough time :(
If you don't need to instanciate thousands of ICS objects
you can sure use V5 until V6 fully supports BCB2006.
However it would be nice if you were able to fix it.  

---
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 Arno Garrels wrote:
 Bevan Edwards wrote:
 
 Hi Arno,
 
 I followed your instructions for installing ICS v6 (see below), but when
 I compile a project with a single HttpCli component on it, I get
 Declaration terminated incorrectly and Multiple declaration for
 u_long errors from the OverbyteIcsWinsock.hpp file.
 
 You mentioned that you compiled such a project without any problems.
 How did you get rid of these messages?
 
 
 I was talking about V5, I've not yet installed V6.
 
 ---
 Arno Garrels [TeamICS]
 http://www.overbyte.be/eng/overbyte/teamics.html
 
 
 
 Regards,
 
 Bevan
 
 
 
 Arno Garrels wrote:
 
 Arno Garrels wrote:
 
 
 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 
 
 I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
 installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
 considering doing within the next month or so (depending on
 availability of my time).
 
 I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade
 to the latest version.
 
 Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options
 I checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way
 the ICS components become available on the Tool Palette in both
 personalities.
 
 I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
 compiled it w/o any problem.
 
 
 Forgot to say that if you use above methode the BCB-BDS2006 demo
 projects complain that IcsBcb100.lib cannot be found. I had to remove
 that reference manually from the project files.
 
 
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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Bevan Edwards
Oh, I might switch to v5 then ;)
 
 
 The only reason why I'm still on V5 is not enough time :(
 If you don't need to instanciate thousands of ICS objects
 you can sure use V5 until V6 fully supports BCB2006.
 However it would be nice if you were able to fix it.  

Time is a bit of a factor for me too, but now I have both ICS v5 and ICS 
v6 packages built in BDS2006 (but only ICS v5 installed) and I can swap 
between them reasonably easily.  So as I get a chance, I'll look into 
the ICS v6 problem further.

Bevan

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Fastream Technologies
The problem in v6 under C++ is OverbyteIcsTypes defines the Windows 
constants once again for just clarity reasons under Delphi and this annoys 
the C++ compiler.

Regards,

SZ

- Original Message - 
From: Bevan Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


Oh, I might switch to v5 then ;)


 The only reason why I'm still on V5 is not enough time :(
 If you don't need to instanciate thousands of ICS objects
 you can sure use V5 until V6 fully supports BCB2006.
 However it would be nice if you were able to fix it.

 Time is a bit of a factor for me too, but now I have both ICS v5 and ICS
 v6 packages built in BDS2006 (but only ICS v5 installed) and I can swap
 between them reasonably easily.  So as I get a chance, I'll look into
 the ICS v6 problem further.

 Bevan

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Bevan Edwards
Hiya,

Fastream Technologies wrote:
 The problem in v6 under C++ is OverbyteIcsTypes defines the Windows 
 constants once again for just clarity reasons under Delphi and this annoys 
 the C++ compiler.

 From a quick look, isn't the problem simply that WINSOCK2.H declares 
these using #define's, while the OverbyteIcs*.hpp declares them as 
static const?

Would it be feasible to have a #define that caused these static const 
definitions not to be made?

Or is the problem more complex than that?

Regards,

Bevan

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-04-01 Thread Fastream Technologies
Hello,

- Original Message - 
From: Bevan Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 Hiya,

 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 The problem in v6 under C++ is OverbyteIcsTypes defines the Windows
 constants once again for just clarity reasons under Delphi and this 
 annoys
 the C++ compiler.

 From a quick look, isn't the problem simply that WINSOCK2.H declares
 these using #define's, while the OverbyteIcs*.hpp declares them as
 static const?

 Would it be feasible to have a #define that caused these static const
 definitions not to be made?

 Or is the problem more complex than that?

It seemed more complex to me as the ICS units call the functions in the 
OverbyteICS* defs. It is not just some variables, there is also function 
declaration problem! I offered Francois to eliminate the 
Overbyteicstypes.pas file which seems to be the only solution but he refused 
saying there must be another way. If you look at the hpp files, you will see 
using namespace overbyteicstypes which makes everything global and causes 
the problem!

Regards,

SZ 

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Fastream Technologies
Hello Dave,

Have you tried to install the latest beta of std and/or ssl ICS? I failed to 
compile a project with it in BCB6.

Best Regards,

SZ

- Original Message - 
From: David Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 I'm currently using BCB5, although currently reviewing BDS for a
 possible upgrade.

 For installation, I just unzip  then open IcsBcb50.bpk in the IDE 
 then compile from there.

 Dave

 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 Hello,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this 
 list.
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install 
 and
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 Best Regards,

 SubZ



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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Fastream Technologies
Hello,

- Original Message - 
From: Bevan Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 Hi all,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this 
 list.
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install 
 and
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
 installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
 considering doing within the next month or so (depending on availability
 of my time).

I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade to the 
latest version.

Regards,

SubZ


 Regards,

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Arno Garrels
Fastream Technologies wrote:
 I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
 installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
 considering doing within the next month or so (depending on availability
 of my time).
 
 I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade to
 the latest version.

Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the ICS 
components become available on the Tool Palette in both personalities.

I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
compiled it w/o any problem.

---
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http://www.overbyte.be/eng/overbyte/teamics.html


 
 Regards,
 
 SubZ
 
 
 Regards,
 
 Bevan
 
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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Fastream Technologies
Arno,

- Original Message - 
From: Arno Garrels [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 10:27 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
 installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
 considering doing within the next month or so (depending on availability
 of my time).

 I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade to
 the latest version.

 Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
 checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the ICS 
 components become available on the Tool Palette in both personalities.

 I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
 compiled it w/o any problem.

As I wrote earlier, my order of BFS2006 Pro has not yet been delivered to 
me. I am using BCB6Pro. Please retry with BCB6. I am 100% sure not all of 
BCB users will update to BDS2006 soon.

Regards,

SZ 

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Francois Piette
  Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
  checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the ICS
  components become available on the Tool Palette in both personalities.
 
  I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
  compiled it w/o any problem.

 As I wrote earlier, my order of BFS2006 Pro has not
 yet been delivered to me.

Don't wait to receive your order. Download BDS2006 trial version today from 
Borland website and
start working immediately. It will work enough time for you to receive your 
ordered version and
produce your commercial application.

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Arno Garrels
Arno Garrels wrote:
 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of
 installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm
 considering doing within the next month or so (depending on availability
 of my time).
 
 I think you might face the same problems that I face when you upgrade to
 the latest version.
 
 Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
 checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the ICS
 components become available on the Tool Palette in both personalities. 
 
 I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
 compiled it w/o any problem.

Forgot to say that if you use above methode the BCB-BDS2006 demo projects
complain that IcsBcb100.lib cannot be found. I had to remove that reference
manually from the project files.


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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread David Lewis
I hadn't, but in response to the email I just tried... and didn't get 
very far. (Btw I'm using the BDS2006 trial)
I downloaded: ICS V6 for *Delphi 7 and 2006* Beta (Jan 22, 2006) 
javascript:top.StartDownload('eng', 'arch/OverbyteIcsV6beta.zip');

Opening up the package (from the \Delphi\Vc32 directory) was fine. 
Compiling it gave:
[Pascal Error] E1026 File not found: 'FtpSrv.dcr'

I then took that file from the VC32 directory of my ICS installation for 
BCB5 and it compiled ok, but didn't install.
Cannot run program unless a host application is defined. Use the 
Run|Parameters... dialog box

Using the menu Component-Install Packages... was a dead end, as it 
requires a .bpl file to install.

This was the case for running either the C++ Builder or Delphi for 
Microsoft Win32.

Delphi for Microsoft .NET Framework didn't have an Install Packages 
option.


Maybe I'm missing something here, or understanding the installation 
process incorrectly for this new environment...

Dave

Fastream Technologies wrote:
 Hello Dave,

 Have you tried to install the latest beta of std and/or ssl ICS? I failed to 
 compile a project with it in BCB6.

 Best Regards,

 SZ

 - Original Message - 
 From: David Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
 Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 9:55 AM
 Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


   
 I'm currently using BCB5, although currently reviewing BDS for a
 possible upgrade.

 For installation, I just unzip  then open IcsBcb50.bpk in the IDE 
 then compile from there.

 Dave

 Fastream Technologies wrote:
 
 Hello,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this 
 list.
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install 
 and
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 Best Regards,

 SubZ


   
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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Francois Piette
The others are using V5 I guess. You are using V6.
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- Original Message - 
From: David Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 10:01 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


 I hadn't, but in response to the email I just tried... and didn't get 
 very far. (Btw I'm using the BDS2006 trial)
 I downloaded: ICS V6 for *Delphi 7 and 2006* Beta (Jan 22, 2006) 
 javascript:top.StartDownload('eng', 'arch/OverbyteIcsV6beta.zip');
 
 Opening up the package (from the \Delphi\Vc32 directory) was fine. 
 Compiling it gave:
 [Pascal Error] E1026 File not found: 'FtpSrv.dcr'
 
 I then took that file from the VC32 directory of my ICS installation for 
 BCB5 and it compiled ok, but didn't install.
 Cannot run program unless a host application is defined. Use the 
 Run|Parameters... dialog box
 
 Using the menu Component-Install Packages... was a dead end, as it 
 requires a .bpl file to install.
 
 This was the case for running either the C++ Builder or Delphi for 
 Microsoft Win32.
 
 Delphi for Microsoft .NET Framework didn't have an Install Packages 
 option.
 
 
 Maybe I'm missing something here, or understanding the installation 
 process incorrectly for this new environment...
 
 Dave
 
 Fastream Technologies wrote:
  Hello Dave,
 
  Have you tried to install the latest beta of std and/or ssl ICS? I failed 
  to 
  compile a project with it in BCB6.
 
  Best Regards,
 
  SZ
 
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  From: David Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
  Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 9:55 AM
  Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?
 
 

  I'm currently using BCB5, although currently reviewing BDS for a
  possible upgrade.
 
  For installation, I just unzip  then open IcsBcb50.bpk in the IDE 
  then compile from there.
 
  Dave
 
  Fastream Technologies wrote:
  
  Hello,
 
  As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this 
  list.
  Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install 
  and
  use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?
 
  Best Regards,
 
  SubZ
 
 

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Fastream Technologies
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From: Francois Piette [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 10:45 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


  Using BDS2006, I built the Delphi package, then in the Linker options I
  checked Generate All C++Builder Files and rebuilt all. That way the 
  ICS
  components become available on the Tool Palette in both personalities.
 
  I dropped a THttpCli on a form of a newly created BCB VCL project and
  compiled it w/o any problem.

 As I wrote earlier, my order of BFS2006 Pro has not
 yet been delivered to me.

 Don't wait to receive your order. Download BDS2006 trial version today 
 from Borland website and
 start working immediately. It will work enough time for you to receive 
 your ordered version and
 produce your commercial application.

Does this mean there will be no support for BCB6- from now on?

Regards,

SZ 

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Francois Piette
  Don't wait to receive your order. Download BDS2006 trial 
  version today from Borland website and
  start working immediately. It will work enough time for you to 
  receive your ordered version and
  produce your commercial application.
 
 Does this mean there will be no support for BCB6- from now on?

Where have you read that into my message ?

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-08 Thread Fastream Technologies
Because you always suggest me to upgrade my compiler when I emphasize there 
will be old version users for some time and there is incompatibility between 
the new ICS versions and them.

Regards,

SZ

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To: ICS support mailing twsocket@elists.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 2:44 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?


  Don't wait to receive your order. Download BDS2006 trial
  version today from Borland website and
  start working immediately. It will work enough time for you to
  receive your ordered version and
  produce your commercial application.

 Does this mean there will be no support for BCB6- from now on?

 Where have you read that into my message ?

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-07 Thread Bevan Edwards
Hi all,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this list. 
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install and 
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

I use BCB6 and BDS2006, but I haven't yet ventured down the path of 
installing any of the latest releases.  However, it's something I'm 
considering doing within the next month or so (depending on availability 
of my time).

Regards,

Bevan

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Re: [twsocket] Any BCB users out there?

2006-03-07 Thread David Lewis
I'm currently using BCB5, although currently reviewing BDS for a 
possible upgrade.

For installation, I just unzip  then open IcsBcb50.bpk in the IDE  
then compile from there.

Dave

Fastream Technologies wrote:
 Hello,

 As far as I can remember, we are not the only BCB users here on this list. 
 Could you confirm that you are as well using BCB and how do you install and 
 use the latest versions on your C++ compiler?

 Best Regards,

 SubZ 

   

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