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Re: Indy and Android

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Maybe the problem is that .so files cannot load because this tablet Intel Atom?
Where I can download this libssl.so/libcrypto.so for x86?
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Re: Indy and Android

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A little sideways question sort of along lines of this topic. Is Indy source code only in Pascal or is there a C version of the Indy source?
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Re: Indy and Android

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Lena wrote:Maybe the problem is that .so files cannot load because this tablet Intel Atom?
Again, this is WAY outside my area of expertise. But Delphi/C++Builder cannot compile Android apps for Intel CPUs, so the only way your app could be running at all is if your tablet has the Houdini library installed to run ARM code on an x86 CPU. And Houdini handles ARM native libs and NDK code, so I would expect the .so files to work. But then, Indy does load the .so files dynamically, so maybe it is bypassing Houdini, or some other incompatibility is occuring at the lower levels. I have no way of knowing or testing this.
Lena wrote:Where I can download this libssl.so/libcrypto.so for x86?
I have no idea. You will have to look around.
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Re: Indy and Android

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smd wrote:Is Indy source code only in Pascal
Yes.
smd wrote:is there a C version of the Indy source?
No.
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