Thanks Francois for the testing.

Arno was right. Once I updated to the latest ICS,
the file size went down to 127KB (Delphi 5.)

Before I used TWSocketServer it was 61KB. Not sure
why it doubled the file size. But it's still a lot better
than before, which was over 300KB. I added some lines of
code though but I didn't add any other unites.

Best regards,

Thursday, April 14, 2005, 1:52:17 PM, you wrote:

AG> Francois PIETTE wrote:
>>> I did some further testing.
>>> I commented out most of my code so it's not doing
>>> anything. When I only have WSocket in uses clause,
>>> the file size is 61KB. The moment I put WSocketS in,
>>> the file size jumps to 288KB (on D5.) This is when
>>> no function of ICS is being called, no object created.
>>> Only used. I even deleted all ICS dcu files.
>> I created a new console mode application (D7), added NOFORMS in the
>> project defines.
>> Compilation gives a filesize: 39.424 Bytes.
>> Added WSocket to the uses clause: 91.136 Bytes.
>> Added WSocketS to the uses clause:  91.648 Bytes.
>> Removed NOFORMS from the defines: 427.008 Bytes.

AG> I may be wrong, but I believe I recall that there was
AG> something buggy in TWSocketServer with that in previous versions.
AG> Jack, are you working with the lastest ICS release?

AG> Arno Garrels

>> Options are for debugging: no optimization, range checking enabled, I/O
>> checking enabled, Overflow checking enabled, debug information enabled.
>> My conclusion is that NOFORMS works very well, including with
>> TWSocketServer.
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