Dear Users: Please do not submit large PDB files that require protonation with DelPhiPKa. This causes significant computation and affects the work of other users. Instead, download the stand-alone version of DelPhiPKa and create a PQR file. Thank you for understanding.
[SOLVED] I solved my own problem, can't believe it was so simple: 1.Specify the director where the file should be downloaded to as the second parameter: ftp.get(chosenFile,'C:\Temp\'+chosenFile); 2.Set the initial directory of the TOpenDialog as follows: dlg.InitialDir := 'C:\Temp';
I would try to cancel it by throwing an silent exception using Abort method in the TIdHTTP.OnWork event. This event is fired for read/write operations, so it's fired also in your downloading progress.
You can download the Jedi Code Library directly from SourceForge.net. We offer a complete source pack, preview (a. k. a. development) versions, access to our version control system and additional documents & tools.
Source daily zips and help weekly zips can be downloaded at -jedi.org/daily. These files are generated at about 07:30AM UTC (GMT) from our version control system. These files can be extracted using the free sevenzip tool.
From XE8 onwards, Delphi includes a new GetIt tool that offers a catalog of third party components, and allows them to be automatically downloaded and installed. The same stable ICS versions listed above should be available from GetIt.
This is the easiest way to get the latest version. These packages are built from the version control repositories automatically when they change and are refreshed once a day. To use the latest OpenSSL version, download this snapshot. Note the snapshot includes the latest version of the OpenSSL DLLs.
OpenSSL 1.0.2 and later are only supported by ICS v8, v7 is no longer updated for new OpenSSL versions. The 64-bit DLLs are only for use with Delphi applications compiled for the 64-bit platform, the 32-bit DLLs work on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows with 32-bit applications. Note that ICS V8.24 dated 3rd March 2016 and later included the latest OpenSSL 1.0.2 Win32 files to avoid a separate download. This was a long term support version for which free support ceased at the end of 2019, but paid support from OpenSSL continues for those needing it. ICS V8.65 is the last version to support 1.0.2.
The browser demo is in the ICS nightly zip, in the folder samples\delphi\browserdemo, the project is FrameBrowserIcs.dpr. An executable version of the new demo may also be downloaded from here, built with HtmlViewer 11.8 and ICS V8.69, using Delphi 11.0.
The HtmlViewer component must be downloaded and installed before the demo can be built. The demo is based on FrameBrowserIndy project but with various enhancements, specifically display of all HTTP, SSL and some or all HTML traffic which makes it very useful for debugging the THttpCli component. Recent versions of HtmlViewer also include FrameBrowserIcs.dpr but it has been changed substantially from the ICS version and I've been unable to build it.
Everything thatcan be downloaded from this site is in "zip" (compressed)format. It reduces download times and simplifies life ingeneral. If you don't have an unzip program, you can downloadFreezip, a small freeware file unzipper that worksfine.
Executables: When you download an executablefile, you get a zipped version of the program ready to run (xxx.zip). If youhave Delphi, it's not necessary to download the executable, just download thesource, compile, and run it.
Source Forge provides the project with mailing lists and a CVS repository. At DUnit 's Source Forge page you'll be albe to download DUnit and its source code, subscribe to the mailing lists, and register for notification of new releases.
The Samples Repositories on RAD Studio are available in different GitHub repositories, to obtain the latest changes, you can download the code from the Subversion repository on GitHub in different ways.
However, Brent Sherwood made some patches to make te library work with Delphi 2007 and 2009 too. You need to download file above first and then these patches. Just overwrite the original files with the files in these patches. Note that you still need Delphi 2010 or later to use the designer. But once you have created the ribbon resource files with the designer, you can use them with Delphi 2007/2009 to build your project.
Below you'll find some "canned" downloads, but be warned this page isn't updated very often so you'd better go directly to the GLScene SF Download page for a more up-to-date listing. File Description GLScene (latest) Links to the CVS SnapShots download page on SourceForge, this is where you'll find the latest available version of GLScene if you don't use CVS. MassReplace (223 kB) A utility to convert the old components and class names (from 0.9b and older f.i. used "TDummyCube", which is now "TGLDummyCube") to the new names used in more recent version. It can convert whole source trees, DFMs (binary or text) and PAS files. GLScene D4 (2935 kB) Latest GLScene "release" version with Delphi 4 support. For Delphi 5 and beyond, use the CVS snapshots (quite old and outdated, don't expect much support). FlareMaker.zip (165 kB) Small utility to generate high-quality flare textures (screenshot), zip includes executable and source code (Delphi 6). GLSViewer.zip (approx. 500 kB) A fast viewer for 3D meshes. Supports 3DS, OBJ, MD2, SMD, TIN, STL and PLY for the mesh files, and most common image formats for texturing (JPG, TGA, BMP, CEL, PNG...). Source available at the same link. CodeWarp.zip (290 kB, v1.22) Code navigation expert for Delphi 3-7 (Delphi7 support still experimental), this a productivity tool, not a useless pseudo-class-browser eating up desktop space. Pops up instantaneously, always up-to-date even for under-construction code, has links to classes, funcs etc. in current and related units. Screenshot. UDPAdvertiser.zip (11 kB) UDP broadcasting made easy : want to automatically detect servers on a LAN ? want to assist users when configuring client apps ? this one is for you. Mesa 3D Precompiled Mesa 3D binaries for Win32 can be found there. Software rendering only. Unsupported.Check enclosed readme.txt for more details. opengl-help.zip (687 kb) Help files for OpenGL from the October 2000 MS Platform SDK, in HTMLHelp format, definetely more complete than the one coming with Delphi. Opengl95.zip (348 kb) OpenGL32.DLL and GLU.DLL for Windows 95, you may want to try these if you have problems with OpenGL under Win95. If you really don't have hardware acceleration, you may want to use MESA 3D instead. MS HtmlHelp (v1.32) (3-4 Mb) This package allows viewing/compiling HtmlHelpfiles ".CHM", which is the new help format from Microsoft thatreplaces the old ".HLP" format. Not needed if you have Win98, Win2K or WinMe, go here for details. GLScene's help file is provided in HTMLHelp format only. You may mirror these files freely as long astheir content is not altered in any way and a reference to thissite is made. You may not sell or charge for these files, exceptfor shipping and handling. The GLScene library is distributedunder Mozilla PL. 2b1af7f3a8