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right i wanted this for about 12 months now and there is no working version on the internet every other language has an icq clone but not delphi with all the experts out there you would think someone is capable of writing one ive tryed but its beyond me there three dll files downloadable from merabalis that uses the api calls wrote in c.   now i would like some to find or write an icq clone its about time us delphi users had one plz
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thay are the translated versions of the dll's wrote in c
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come on lads does noone want these points
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cant you write a prog for icq :-)
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Hello

Epsylon, we didn't see for long time, welcome back again :o)

catbecks
 Maybe these links will help you
ICQ Connection Component
http://www.crosswinds.net/~icqcon/
Delphi ICQ Components Project
http://sourceforge.net/projects/dicq-objs/

look also here
http://sourceforge.net/projects/delphicq/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/project-contact/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/whyicq/
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> Epsylon, we didn't see for long time, welcome back again

Hi, I'm very busy, so I have very little time...
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that icq at crosswinds is the only component for delphi ive ever seen working but its not the full version its the shareware which only sends messages and they want 75 dollors for it which goes against my ethics the other sites activity is nil on each one which ive seen them before
come on lads we need a demi god to answer this one
its my four time of asking
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by:raidos
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my suggestion is simply to download some icq application with source for linux and port the protocol to delphi, should be simple enough.


The protocol is the hard part, the user interface should be no problem....i'm seriously considering to start porting a linux icq app, like licq, or som other...

//raidos
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ive just found an icq clone wrote in delphi but thay have not released the code with it http://www.andrq.cjb.net/
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