Hello Wilfried and Francois,
Thanks for the replies.
According to Francois's reply, even if ICS works for FP Windows,
it most likely will not work for FP Mac or FP Linux. I think I'm
better off doing it in C/C++. (If anyone has experience with ICS
working on Kylix/FP, Mac/Linux, I'll be glad to hear about it :)
Tuesday, October 18, 2005, 3:10:23 AM, you wrote:
> Hello Jack,
> I was just editing this faq whitch could answer one of your questions:
> Marco van de Voort
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [Answer] Since there seem to be quite some confusion about the extend of
> fixes FPC needs, I made a ICS/FPC status page, that explains the needed
> changes, reasons and versions:
> Since the fpc port is only available on CVS, I quickly zipped it, and
> put it at
> Rgds, Wilfried [TeamICS]
> Tuesday, October 18, 2005, 00:17, Jack wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have a few questions about what ICS supports and doesn't support:
>> - Does ICS support Linux (Kylix)?
>> There are a few versions of ICS for various versions of Kylix.
>> I'm not sure how well ICS works on Linux. I remember seeing
>> some discussions regarding the different mechanism of signaling
>> and messaging between Windows and Linux. I'm not sure if that
>> means that there are still issues?
>> - Does ICS support FreePascal?
>> I saw some sporadic mentioning of FreePascal in ICS archive
>> but I didn't get an impression that FreePascal is supported.
>> The reason I'm asking is that I have a Delphi application that
>> I have to partially port (or rewrite in C/C++) to Linux and MacOS
>> (MacOS X and earlier versions of MacOS) Delphi definitely doesn't
>> do that. I looked at FreePascal and Lasarus. They both claim
>> to support all of Windows/Linux/MacOS-es. Because the functionality
>> involves socket, I'm hoping that I can use ICS...
>> Best regards,
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