[fpc-pascal] PASCAL programming for Novice
rick at seidenmail.com
Sat Jun 9 21:28:46 CEST 2007
It's what I like to call a pass through server. My ISP won't let me
send email unless I'm on their network (at home). So, I have a server I
wrote in VB that listens for a connection on a non standard port. When
connected, it connects to my ISP's SMTP server. Anything it gets from
the email client, it passes to the server. Anything it gets from the
server it passes to the email client. Works like a charm. Only problem
is that it's in Windows. I'm working towards getting rid of that
windows box and replacing it with linux. So, I need to re-write this app
in Linux. It's really the event part of it that I'm concerned with.
Leonardo M. Ramé wrote:
> Are you trying to create a Peer-To-Peer architecture?, something like Windows Messenger?.
> I don't know how to implement that type of architecture, you can do a simple google search to find
> examples, but since it uses socket communications you can implement it using lNet or Synapse
> libraries with FreePascal.
> Leonardo M. Ramé
> --- Rick Seiden <rick at seidenmail.com> wrote:
>> Any tutorials out there on using Event Driven programming with Free Pascal?
>> I'm hoping to create a server/client combo that will need to respond to
>> both input from the client part, and input from the server part
>> my server/client combo app
>> User ---> | server part-->client part| --> another server
>> So, when my user talks to my server, I need to be able to respond, and
>> when the other server talks to my client, I need to be able to respond.
>> Anyway, just a simple event driven programming tutorial using some
>> version of Pascal will probably help.
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