|Subject:||Re: Indy 10 vs C++ 2006|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Mar 2006|
"stan" <stand…@post.cz> wrote in message
> in BDS2006 (C++ Builder) I got this message:
> Indy 10 does not currently support C++Builder
That is correct. C++ support in Indy 10 is still under development.
> what version of Indy10 support C++ Builder?
None at the moment. Not officially, anyway. There are some third-party
packages floating around for Indy 10. The development snapshot source code
for Indy 10's System and Core packages have already been updated for C++,
but the Protocols package has not been tested yet.
> Am I found them in Indy 9?
Indy 9 supports SSL. Keep in mind, though, that Indy 9 requires custom SSL
DLLs (refer to Indy's website for download instructions). It cannot use the
official OpenSSL DLLs. Indy 0 was just recently updated to support them,
Indy 10 vs C++ 2006 posted by stan on Fri, 17 Mar 2006