> No idea why, it's simple Delphi code, it has the same BCB conditional stuff > as > other ICS units.
I tried again and I think I'm learning. :-) It looks like I may have been successful in creating XE6 packages based on the XE3 packages. I also got the cookie component to install by adding the source to one of the projects and uncommenting some conditionals that seemed to exclude it for BCB. I have not done anything with the Fmx packages though... I may do that later. I created a quick test project, and threw a component on it. I had to add a couple of global paths for the include and object files and then it compiled successfully. I would be happy to share my work if you'd like and you think it might be helpful to others... just tell me how. But again, I haven't done much testing. I still need to address some other issues before I can get my application building & working with XE6. Also, I have a question about the 'Debug' vs 'Release' build. Right now it seems the projects compile with the 'Debug' build. What advantage does compiling for 'Release' have? Does it generate more efficient (optimized) code? Should I even care or worry about it? Thanks, Albert -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be