With upcomming cross platform support new IFDEFs are required.
The V7 DotNet port Francois committed a few years ago has never
been finished and in the meanwhile a lot of development took
place with zero care about .NET compatibility. As a result
current .NET state is in a very bad state and I doubt that anybody
is willing to change that. That's why I'm thinking about to remove
the .NET stuff completely from the IPv6 source code when my cross
platform changes (Mac OS and FireMonkey) are committed.
What do you think? It's certainly sad, however the cleaner way IMO.

Will probably be better to start again from scratch the day we need a version for Delphi Prism (.NET).

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The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS)
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