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Sockets

I am currently developing a CVS system. The server will run on Linux, while clients will run on both Linux and Windows platforms. My question is, will the sockets from the VCL library be compatible with those from the other one (the cross-platform, I forgot the name of it)?

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Best Regards,
Mateusz Jadczak, Leading C++ Programmer of Multitool Team

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  • bosebonasbosebonas Posts: 87Member
    Sockets are platform independent,so you can write an application without bothering on wich type of machine you are conecting.
    The hardware abstraction layer takes care of that.



    : I am currently developing a CVS system. The server will run on Linux, while clients will run on both Linux and Windows platforms. My question is, will the sockets from the VCL library be compatible with those from the other one (the cross-platform, I forgot the name of it)?
    :
    : [hr]
    : Best Regards,
    : Mateusz Jadczak, Leading C++ Programmer of Multitool Team
    :

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