So ICS doesn't fully support C++ any more? Is this the official path now for ICS, or just a single opinion here?
In which case, you should edit the front page of the website where it reads: "with /full source code/ for all *Delphi* and *C++Builder* versions." And yes. I am part of that 'minority', as you claim, that uses BCB. And in my area of work, BCB is by no means a minority. C++ is the language of choice amongst many of the systems running the UK's roads & HA systems. Dave Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote: >> When suggesting me to upgrade to BDS2006, I thought you had tested >> ICS with it... >> > > I tested and approved ICS with BDS2006 before it's release last > November, but only with the Delphi Win32 personality, since that is all > 95% of users need. I compiled and built every single test application > and component, with only one minor error. > > The HTTP and FTP compression improvements were done in December and > January, and were not tested with C++, since none of the developers > involved understand C++, or care about it. > > Remember ICS is free and it's developers contribute their time for free. > If you want full support for C++, you'll need to change to another > component, or fix the C++ problems yourself. Or change to using the > Delphi pascal language like the rest of us. > > Angus > > -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be