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    Interesting documentation and links to other sites. Most of them are related to programming (mostly Delphi). In the freeware section you will find some interesting tools and open source Delphi components and classes.

 

 

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[ ciacomport.zip ] [ 6,986 bytes ] [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]
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TCiaComPort is a Delphi component (full source included) for serial communications. It is full event driven and fires an event when data is available. It has also a 'LineMode' property in case you want to receive packets wich ends with particulary characters.
Added: 18-03-2002   |  Version: 1.05   |  Downloads: 11059/11059/44
Author:Wilfried Mestdagh   Wilfried Mestdagh   [Homepage]   [DSP files]

[ service.zip ] [ 2,616 bytes ] [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]
Make from a normal GUI application a NT service in a few minutes. The same exe can run as GUI or as Service ! Since an NT service is difficult to debug most of the time a normal GUI application is made first. When it is ready then a new project is made to run it as a service. Disadvantage is it is needed to make 2 projects. Even worse is if one have to make an application that is able to run as a normal GUI and also as an NT service. Then it is nececary to keep maintainance and version information in both projects. This little unit that has to be included in a project. There is very little coding needed in the project file. There is a brief demo included on how to use it. The demo needs my CiaTrayIcon (available on my site), but any other tray icon (or non at all) will do of course.
Added: 1-04-2003   |  Version: 2..6   |  Downloads: 528/528/1
Author:Wilfried Mestdagh   Wilfried Mestdagh   [Homepage]   [DSP files]

 

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