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Programming => Packages and Libraries => Ported from Delphi/Kylix => Topic started by: Artur on July 31, 2005, 06:39:52 pm

Title: Synapse TCP/IP Library
Post by: Artur on July 31, 2005, 06:39:52 pm
Hi,

Is anyone using Synapse synchronous TCP/IP library with Lazarus? If so, what's your experience with it and how did you install/use the library ?

Thanks in advance (I started using Lazarus and FreePascal last night).

Artur
Title: Synapse TCP/IP Library
Post by: Anonymous on August 01, 2005, 12:06:03 am
I use it in Delphi and it rocks.
Synapse is just classes, so could just copy all the units into your project so and then add blcksock to your uses.
I don't know how to add a library path to lazarus to share the location with all projects.
Title: Synapse TCP/IP Library
Post by: Artur on August 01, 2005, 01:37:57 am
Quote from: "Anonymous"
I use it in Delphi and it rocks.
Synapse is just classes, so could just copy all the units into your project so and then add blcksock to your uses.
I don't know how to add a library path to lazarus to share the location with all projects.
Yeah, that's what I need to know, how to add a library path to Lazarus. Thanks.
Title: Synapse TCP/IP Library
Post by: Anonymous on August 02, 2005, 07:01:59 am
I guess you can't add a library path, you just have to dump all the units in the same dir as your app.
I have asked about the library path before, apparently Lazarus has no concept of it.
Title: Synapse TCP/IP Library
Post by: Vincent Snijders on August 02, 2005, 09:10:00 am
It would be best to create a lazarus package for Synapse, so adding the package to your project sets the correct <b>unit</b> paths.

If you don't do it, you can add the path to the compiled units (provided they are compiled with the same compiler as you are using for your projected) to the Other Unit Paths (compiler options, first tab, first path).
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