||This is a simple progress bar that is built with the Windows
API - no Delphi forms. It can display an icon and a line of text. The progress
bar can be controlled via method calls or via Window messages.
||This object, along with TArchiveEntry allow
you to create file archives. This type of archive is simply a concatenation
several files with a control block of information placed at the end. Used correctly,
you can create self-extracting programs using this component.
||This component is a wrapper around the ParamStr and
ParamCount properties of Delphi. It allows you to retrieve information from the
command line without having to parse it out yourself. Several different types of
command line options can be recognized.
||This little component is useful for inter-process or
inter-application communication on the same PC. This does not work
across a network (inter-machine). Similar to DDE in the mechanics but faster and
without the overhead. Easily handles information contained in the TMessageStream
||A simple component that will hold a template. You can
then replace certain text within the template and create a document that is based off the
||Ever notice that Windows and Delphi cannot handle an INI
file greater than 64K. This object will get you around that problem.
||This TMemoryStream descendant allows for easy reading and
writing from and into the stream using common types, such as integers, strings,
TDateTime. TCopyData has special methods to handle sending and
receiving this type of stream.
||This is a very simple component; it's just a hidden window
that can receive Window messages.
||A very simple registration code component. No
high-tech security with advanced encryption algorithms. This little component is
low-tech, low-security - but useful.