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[ SetupXAMfree.exe ] [ 996,203 bytes ] [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]
[ D5 | D6 ]
Don't loose more time with error messages like "Access violation", "Division by zero" or "Index out of bounds" !!! XAM will help you to improve your tests and your users bug reporting. The package XAM contains system classes that help you to have advanced informations about exceptions and an usefull "Enter/Leave Proc" System for logging. The XAM Debugger is intended to be run out of Delphi, on a final user or test platform, or to replace the delphi IDE exception manager. Here the most important classes : * TXAMWindows : Windows informations * TXAMApplication : Application informations * TXAMLogFile : Logfile manager * TXAMExceptionInfos : Advanced Exception informations record * IXAMDebug : Interface to the Exception Manager Object * TXAMDebug : Debug Object
Added: 3-02-2003/24-02-2003   |  Version: 1.1.0   |  Downloads: 991/907/4
Author:Olivier Rogier   [Homepage]   [DSP files]

[ SetupTOOCSfree.exe ] [ 361,746 bytes ] [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]
[ D5 | D6 ]
Simply create Client Server applications with TOOCS system! The package TOOCS contains TCP Client and Server components that allow asynchronous objects transfert. The only thing you have to do is to create TOOCS event classes which encapsulate data and the treatments. Here the most important classes : * TTOOCSClient : Client component * TTOOCSServer : Server component * TTOOCSEvent : Event base class * TTOOCSEventMessage : Message event
Added: 17-02-2003   |  Version: 1.0.0   |  Downloads: 983/983/7
Author:Olivier Rogier   [Homepage]   [DSP files]


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