Thanks for the pointer. Im guessing the API for the Delphi and Kylix
versions are the same so all we need to do is have the different ICS
libary on each platform to successfully compile without changing source
Can you recommend any reading material related to threaded/non-threaded
verus blocking/nonblocing ports and sockets?
Francois PIETTE wrote:
>There is a ICS-Kylix version available (see website).
>Not all components are there are development is more or less in standby.
>ICS for Windows make use of Winsock asynchronous mode and Windows messages
>none are available on Linux. ICS for Linux replace built in asynchronous
>operation by thread and implement a kind of message system.
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>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Kris Leech" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Sent: Saturday, September 02, 2006 4:07 PM
>Subject: [twsocket] THTTPServer compiled by FPC on Linux
>>Hello, I am using Free Pascal Compiler (Lazarus IDE) and am having
>>trouble with the compiling anything using THTTPServer on Linux platform,
>>specifically Im using Fedora 5, but I think it is a generic linux
>>problem since the error is "can't find Windows unit". I'm guessing this
>>is a unit specific to Win32.
>>It compiles fine on Windows but on Linux I get an error about not being
>>able to find Windows unit.
>>Are people commonly compiling ICS on linux (Kylix or FPC)?
>>I'm not sure if this is due to something in ICS or a FPC setting...
>>And before I go searching for I thought I'd ask to see if anyone else
>>has solved this.
>>Many thanks in advance, K.
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