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    Lekseecon related: IOCP Client

    Hi Nico,

    Sorry if I have posted this in the wrong thread, please feel free to move this. I posted a question in the I/O section of this forum about communicating with IOCP from within a C# application. I understand that you initially had an example program that uses C++. All the links to IOCPclient on the internet either point to .404's or to your own posts in which you mention removing it from the web

    Would it be possible to still get a hold of the IOCP client? I understand that the code might be outdated and is not in C# but I am sure it will be enough to point me in the right direction.

    Thanks in advance,

    Andrew,

    PS: my original question is here http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/showthread.php?t=27013

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    Re: Lekseecon related: IOCP Client

    Hi Andrew,

    I had removed it from my site because it's developed in MS Visual Studio C++ 2010 Express (free) in an earlier version of C++. It's on my to-do list to write a version in Visual Studio C++ 2013 in C++11. However, it works fine and it's a nice opportunity to play a little bit with the IOCP protocol, or to use it as a starting point for your own developments in C#.

    You can download it from here (will remove it it a few days from now), but no support.

    If you want to read more about Winsock Programming, this is a good starting point.

    Best Regards from Delft
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    Last edited by kiek; 11-21-2013 at 05:38 PM.

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    Re: Lekseecon related: IOCP Client

    Hi Nico,

    Thanks very much. I have downloaded it!

    Thanks for the link on winsock programming, I had already bookmarked this page but was a little daunted by th whole Winsock thing.

    I'm off to start playing with code!

    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiek View Post
    Hi Andrew,

    I had removed it from my site because it's developed in MS Visual Studio C++ 2010 Express (free) in an earlier version of C++. It's on my to-do list to write a version in Visual Studio C++ 2013 in C++11. However, it works fine and it's a nice opportunity to play a little bit with the IOCP protocol, or to use it as a starting point for your own developments in C#.

    You can download it from here (will remove it it a few days from now), but no support.

    If you want to read more about Winsock Programming, this is a good starting point.

    Best Regards from Delft
    Nico

    Hi Nico,


    I have started to re-code my OCP4NGX interface with the new VS 2013 and the new P3Dv2 SDK. Doing so I need to have a look at the original IOCP Client code I got from you a few years ago that I modified to fit OCP4NGX. I can't find it anymore on my PC (I have had several re-installation the last year)
    Is it possible to get a download somewhere?

    Do you intend to make the new C+11 based IOCP Client available for the community as freeware? Is it going to be done soon? Just wanted to know, as I believe your client coding will be more professional compared to my hobby-coding.


    Happy NewYear

    Roar Kristensen
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    Re: Lekseecon related: IOCP Client

    Hello Roar
    Happy New Year too!, thx.

    Download it from here (will remove it it a few days from now).
    You can convert it automatically to Visual Studio C++ 2013, it works (have tried it).

    A clean version, using threads from C++11 is still on my TODO list. Like the Level-D guys always say, "when it is ready it is ready" ...

    Regards,
    Nico


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    Re: Lekseecon related: IOCP Client

    Quote Originally Posted by kiek View Post
    Hello Roar
    Happy New Year too!, thx.

    Download it from here (will remove it it a few days from now).
    You can convert it automatically to Visual Studio C++ 2013, it works (have tried it).

    A clean version, using threads from C++11 is still on my TODO list. Like the Level-D guys always say, "when it is ready it is ready" ...

    Regards,
    Nico


    Thanks, just reloaded again. Now it it time to rewrite and LEARN. I have found that rewriting existing programs is the best way to learn coding.


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