[fpc-devel] Lazarus: A new widgest set

Michael Schnell mschnell at lumino.de
Tue Feb 19 17:17:56 CET 2008

> You can't use opensource projects without SVN access, you must solve the 
> problem.
Some  SNV systems can be configured to be used via an http proxy. I did 
try with Tortoise, but did not get this working. I might be able to make 
our *IT* open a port for a single SNV server it I really need it, but 
I'm sure
I can't have much more. I suppose I need to access a µCLinux SNV some day.

> Correct. I never tried a Delphi or Lazarus applications as server, I use 
> MSEgui or MSEnogui applications.
So it _can_ be used as a secondary GUI !
Great !
> Correct. The browser plugin doesn't exist up to now. I think it will be a 
> Pascal dll/so.
Unfortunately our customers (i.e. their *IT*) does not allow installing 
any software on the user's PC. They need to access the software we 
provide and that runs on servers that we sell them via http - of course 
via a proxy. I don't know if "installing" a dll can be accomplished.
Right now, due to the lack of any alternatives, our developers on that 
project consider using ASP.NET.
I would see a solution that is similar to MSE but uses the controls the 
browser provides natively (linked to some Java code for the event 
handling) plus some that might be completely defined in Java (similar to 
what is done with AJAX).
> I'll see what I can do but not in the next days.
Great ! Looking forward to this.

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