>> I wonder if we shouldn't simply push the compression code into that
>> beta. This is probably the only way to have people really testing it
>> (well beside pushing it into the release).

> I suspect many developers, including myself, use the 'beta' as their
> working version of ICS in live applications

Beta version is always to one I use myself in my applications.

> I'm vaguely planning on adding ZLIB compression to the FTP client and
> server (which FileZilla supports) and that will need a proper ZLIB
> components using C OBJ files, once that is done HttpProt can use the
> same stuff.

I'm not too happy with c-obj files. I would prefer one of the many Delphi 
As the compression is encapsulated in the HttpProt component, one could use 
anything it likes for actual compression library with minimal effort. It is 
not mandatory to use any DLL. My first idea was to validate the code using 
any compressions quickly available (read DLL) and then replace that code 
with something else. This way we can debug HTTP part of the code separately 
from actual compression code.

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