[fpc-pascal] https how does it work

Tony Whyman tony.whyman at mccallumwhyman.com
Mon Mar 13 18:14:52 CET 2017

Thanks. It's good to know this. Perhaps the Indy site at 
http://www.indyproject.org should be updated to reflect this. You have 
to dig very deep to find the links to the svn (and labelled as a 
development snapshot). The last source code package appears to be the 
2004 release 10.0.52. With the site copyright being 1993 - 2008 it does 
look rather moribund.

On 13/03/17 07:20, Bo Berglund wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Feb 2017 14:18:28 +0000, Tony Whyman
> <tony.whyman at mccallumwhyman.com> wrote:
>> The downside is that the indy components do not seem to have been
>> updated for a long time and have not kept up-to-date with OpenSSL. I
>> have attached below a patch I have used to keep the components
>> up-to-date with SSL headers.
> The Indy project is hosted on Fulgan here:
> https://indy.fulgan.com/
> You can find current versions of both SSL and Indy here.
> It is easy to get using svn too:
> svn co https://svn.atozed.com:444/svn/Indy10/trunk/Lib/ indy10
> If you want to use one of the tagged versions then you face the caveat
> concerning the svn tags that they contain spaces so you have to
> replace these with %20 when you construct the svn command for
> downloading a tag thus:
> https://svn.atozed.com:444/svn/Indy10/tags/Indy%2010.6.2%20-%20XE8%20RTM/Lib/
> Current version is 10.6.2 and it includes a lazarus package as well.
> It is in constant development so no need to complain about not being
> up-to-date! Last activity was 2017-03-08....
> You can browse the svn store by using your browser:
> https://svn.atozed.com:444/svn/Indy10/
> Go there and browse the versions for yourself.
> Username is : Indy-Public-RO
> No password needed for read-only access.
> Lazarus package is: Lib/indylaz.lpk

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