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Developer's Corner / Builder 6 jpg components
« on: June 16, 2006, 02:49 AM »
Does anyone happen to know of a good (and free) Image component for web type images (jpg,giff etc) for borland builder 6. or failing that a c++ library for the same purpose?

Borland C++ Builder Contest / Gamechat entry
« on: May 25, 2006, 01:16 AM »
The submision that i am making to the borland competition is  a Lan or network game/chat server.Game chat makes a winsock connection betweeen the two processes and allows a simple text chat over this connection as well as gameplay for chess,checkers,norts and crosses and Reversi.It  is still at the Beta testing stage and i would appreciate anyones feedback or suggestions there are a few bugs that i know a bout and i am sure plenty that i havent found yet .
here is  a screenshot of the main program.

and of the chess game

My website has a page explaining the process of using the program at and go to the page on GameChat
or the program can be directly downloaded from
I would appreciate any feedback.

Borland C++ Builder Contest / Winsock prog
« on: May 05, 2006, 06:54 PM »
I am working on a winsock internet game/chat program to enter the competition the program is compiled with BCC5.5 command line version and all the windows stuff i have waded threw myself from the msdn and windows prog help files.I would appreciate any feed back as they are still in the testing phase the zipped executable can be downloaded from http://www.members.o...~martyjn/ it doesn't need to run threw a server like most online games the catch is that one of the peers acts as a server and has to communicate the IP address to the other peer before the connection is made.use the Socket->Server menu command and send the ip number to the client (using messenger or whatever) then the other player uses Socket->Client and enters the number in the hostname dialog.Most Firewalls will block the server from running.Anyway i would like to hear back about it

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