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Thread: Indy install C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo



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Friedrich Brown

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Indy install C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo
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  Posted: Jul 8, 2017 1:06 PM
Hello Good!
After search hours today, I find is newest Indy at indy.fulgan.com/ZIP. 5429 is version. The super great find after C++Builder 10.2 is small 5366 and is have read timeout bug in TIDFTP-> Put(). Do not let me say to you how time is big to find bug! LoL!

Question in this moment is to see installation reading document. indy.fulgan.com/ZIP/Indy10_5429.zip is not contain helpful readme.txt.
Internet search is show old BCB6 steps. Let me to copy in this page.

Component | Install --> Remove Existing Indy componets
Save a copy of IDPAS32.obj and put back after next deletes.
Delete from the BCB6 folders:
\bin\dclindy60.bpl
\lib\obj\dclindy.dcp
\lib\obj\dclindy.dcu
\lib\obj\id*.dcu
\lib\obj\indy.dcp
\lib\obj\indy.dcu
\include\vcl\id*.*
\source\indy\*.*
C:\system32\indy*.bpl => Windows 2000/XP
C:\system\indy*.bpl => Windows 9x

Remove old Indy help files (indy.*) from the help folder and replace with new.
Compile Indy files
Make a copy of the indy10 unzipped folder and run FullC6.bat
Copy the newly created C6 folder
Copy .bpl files from C6 folder to cbuilder\Projects\Bpl
Open CBuilder6
Component | Install Packages | Add “dclIndyCore60.bpl” and “dclIndyProtocols60.bpl”
Tools | Environment | Library | Library Path | Add C6 (or where the DCUs are)
Project | Options | Directories/Conditionals: Include & Library and add the path C6 to
Restart CBuilder

Where to find Indy C++Builder 10.2 easy automatic way? Or install BCB6 is method same for C++Builder 10.2? Is Tokyo?
THANK YOU!
Friedrich Brown

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Re: Indy install C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo
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  Posted: Jul 9, 2017 11:19 AM   in response to: Friedrich Brown in response to: Friedrich Brown
Fullc_Tokyo.bat is not exist in update Indy_10_5429.zip.
How to fix IdFTP->Put() read timed out error after file is upload?
IdFTP->Connect() and IdFTP->ChangeDir is work perfect. Also Put() is work perfect in XE8 Indy but problem with Tokyo bundle.
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Re: Indy install C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo
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  Posted: Jul 10, 2017 10:59 AM   in response to: Friedrich Brown in response to: Friedrich Brown
Friedrich Brown wrote:

Fullc_Tokyo.bat is not exist in update Indy_10_5429.zip.

That is because I never got around to making it yet, as I don't have
Tokyo installed.

How to fix IdFTP->Put() read timed out error after file is upload?

What timeout do you keep referring to? Please be more specific.

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  Posted: Jul 10, 2017 10:57 AM   in response to: Friedrich Brown in response to: Friedrich Brown
Friedrich Brown wrote:

After search hours today, I find is newest Indy at
indy.fulgan.com/ZIP. 5429 is version.

Instead of taking hours, you could have just asked what the latest
version is.

The super great find after C++Builder 10.2 is small 5366 and is have
read timeout bug in TIDFTP-> Put().

And what bug would that be exactly?

Do not let me say to you how time is big to find bug!

You could have just asked if there were any known problems/fixes for it.

Question in this moment is to see installation reading document.
indy.fulgan.com/ZIP/Indy10_5429.zip is not contain helpful
readme.txt.

Installation instructions are on Indy's website.

http://www.indyproject.org/Sockets/Docs/Indy10Installation.aspx

Where to find Indy C++Builder 10.2 easy automatic way?

There isn't an "automatic" way to install Indy. At least, not until
Indy is eventually included in Embarcadero's GetIt Package Manager
(work in progress, no ETA).

Or install BCB6 is method same for C++Builder 10.2?

Roughly, yes. Remove the old package files and sources that were
included in the IDE installation. Recompile the newer source. Install
the 5 packages into the IDE, in the order described in the
documentation.

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