|Subject:||FTP-client and AntiFreeze?|
|Posted by:||john vd waeter (jo…@jvdw.nl)|
|Date:||Fri, 24 Dec 2004|
To make my application a bit more foolproof, I try to intercept all
things that can go wrong....
If a user by mistake enters port 22 imstead of 21, some ISP's react by
sending something that looks like a SSL-welcome...
My ISP actually floods me with SSL-welcome texts...
If I try to abort, nothing happens, the GUI is frozen. Using the
TIdAntiFreze does not bring a solution. I tried it with the Delphi Indy
FTP demo, using Indy 9.0.18
I run on XP SP2.
Is there anything, besides using threads myself, that I can do to abort
a connection if clientlogin is not established within a certain time?
tia, and hapy holydays!