[fpc-pascal]FPC for a middleware application
anton.tichawa at chello.at
Fri Mar 14 08:59:03 CET 2003
On Thursday 13 March 2003 21:20, you wrote:
> >If the indy components compile under FPC, they could be used. Take a
> >look at : http://www.indyproject.org/Articles.html
> >I have a 3 tier system I'm writing in Delphi currently. Client Tier
> >connects to Server Tier with the data stored in an interbase server. All
> >3 items can be distributed onto separate servers/desktops. It's been
> >fairly painless with Indy so far. Hardest part was the transport
> >protocol between the client and server. Then again this *is* all in
> >Delphi, so your milage may vary.
> Thank you for this information, but on server side I prefer to stay with
> FPC and Linux/FreeBSD.
are there any signs from microsoft's side to heavily support interconnection
to free systems? i have programmed and installed a peer-to-peer solution
between two PC's using windows me. On my office computer, I have both windows
98 with FPC and linux with FPC .. I spend much time changing OS .. I dare
suggest real-time switching between the two OSs, as long as we still use
one-processor-systems .. But that would require Microsoft to join the band.
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