Hi all, After tons of patching, messing, changing I finally was able to compile ICSv6 into BCB 2006 (SP2). I think for a second that all problems was gone. But I'm wrong.
Sample application with TWSocket can be compiled and runned. When he run it show "Class not found" in TWSocket.Create. I dig now around. If someone can help - I wish to have some CVS or SVN to syncronizing our work and track changes. I can easy put project on SourceForge, but project is not mine and license is not GPL. If not - there is workaround for VisualSourceSafe and SourceOffSite extension but mine line is too weak and I don't know how much bandwidth this will require. Can someone help with this? Regards, Peter -----Original Message----- From: Fastream Technologies [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 5:19 PM To: SSL implementation for ICS; firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: Peter Nikolow Subject: BCB support for ICSv6(-SSL) Hello, As you know, Overbyte is fast abandoning the one-window-per-socket design implemented in v5 of ICS/ICS-SSL due especially to the inefficiency it created is servers. In our tests, with more than a few hundred users connected concurrently, ICS v5 simply struggles with performance falling from 900 requests per second on web server down to 150. In the age of thousands if not tens of thousands of users, this is not feasible. For the past one and a half month, we (Fastream) are trying to get the v6 code working under bcb6-2006, yet unsuccessfully. Francois at the beginning said this would require 1000Euros of money for the dedication and then said he would do it anyway. I think we (BCB users) should unite and help Overbyte fix the design problems in the v6 code. Starting from today, I myself will dedicate two hours of my work hours to the task each day. Fastream also hired Peter Nikolow from Bulgaria as consultant (he is also reading) for helping Francois. I would like to know what other BCB ICS users are thinking and willing to do about this matter. As a lead coder of a FTPS/HTTPS server and HTTPS reverse proxy with ICS, I can confidently propose that this work is vital for the future of ICS under BCB. Best Regards, Sub-Zero (G. I. Ates) CSA, www.fastream.com -- 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