SV: [lazarus] Working with Sockets
matooo at email.si
matooo at email.si
Thu Dec 12 07:23:34 EST 2002
Citat Anders Jensen <outdoors at tiscali.no>:
> What I really would love was a component to put on my Lazarus
> Component-palette, or maybe two, one TsimpleClientSocket and one
> TsimpleServerSocket, that was very simple to use, with simple
> procedures/functions like:
> TsimpleClientSocket.setport(string or int or...);
> TsimpleClientSocket.sendstring(or file);
> TsimpleClientSocket.OnRecivestring(or file);
> and for server, similar, and simple procedures and functions...
> Unfortunatly I am not able to write such components myself, because of
> lacking knowledge.. I have been trying to figure it out for some weeks
> now, but my limited skills just stops it all, but still reading all
> relevant stuff I does come over, but so far, I`m still stupid...
> >On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 10:19, Michael.VanCanneyt at Wisa.be wrote:
> >> What is wrong with the standard 'ssockets' unit ? It works fine. It
> may be
> >> necessary to add some additional events, but that can be discussed.
> >Then I misunderstood the thread. Sorry.
> >Just ignore. I'll dig into them in a week or so and see what I can
> >up with.
> >Oh, BTW: CheckBook Tracker got slashdotted (minor) on Sunday.
> >posted in the comments on a QuickBooks thread that people should try
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I've got that, but as I said I'm cleaning my source code, because up until 1
week I was still working with fpc and lazarus from stone age. In friday should
be over. But since my components are heavy threaded I doubt that you'll succed
to make them part of standard palette. I don't mind that.
But still after friday (or sunday, guess it depends on my real working hours)
I will just publish them on my website.
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