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Installing Delphi3 internet components in BCB3

I have Delphi 3 pro and was wandering if I could install the internet components in it into my Borland C++ Builder 3 Standard edition since it didn't come with any?  If its possible how do I do it?

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matthewh
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chrbCommented:
Have you tried to include the file isp3.pas under ocx/isp in C++ Builder? I think that is the component file.

Just a tips, take a look at http://www.rtfm.be/fpiette he makes some really good neative components and they are freeware. With free maillist support.

Chr
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williams2Commented:
Yes, it is possible. Most of the Internet components as THTML and TFTP etc. are OCX's. You have to register them before you will be able to use them. Use your C++ register editor and go to the Windows\System directory. There you will find different ocx's both supported by the system, but also by different installed software.

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matthewhAuthor Commented:
I broke down and bought the Pro version BCB3 so I don't really need them anymore.  But, just for anyone else's info the BCB1 internet components can be downloaded for free from Borland or NetMange.

http://www.borland.com/devsupport/bcppbuilder/netmanage.html

They are the crappy activeX components but there free.  Most of the internet components that come with BCB3 Pro and up are native VCL I've heard.  The story is that all of them but the HTML component are native VCL.

I think the best choice is to use the freeware components suggested by 'chrb'.  I've heard nothing but good things about them.
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