These are chat archives for IndySockets/Indy

23rd
Sep 2016
davidpn
@davidpn
Sep 23 2016 02:50
@rlebeau Are you able to set up an IPv6 only network so you can verify that TIdHTTP can handle it? Alternatively, are you aware if it doesn't? This is for Indy 10 that comes with 10.1 Berlin.
Remy Lebeau
@rlebeau
Sep 23 2016 03:03
@davidpn I have not verified it, and I am not aware of any issues that would prevent it from working.
davidpn
@davidpn
Sep 23 2016 03:04
ok.. not sure if I can come up with steps for you.. you don't have a Mac, for example, yes?
Remy Lebeau
@rlebeau
Sep 23 2016 03:06
I have a couple of OSX VMs, but I don't know if they have the option of creating an IPv6 network for testing. I'm trying to run one of them right now, but it is really slow
davidpn
@davidpn
Sep 23 2016 03:10
perhaps if I detail where it breaks down.. I'm willing to spend a bit of time on it, because I'd prefer to keep using Indy, and right now at work it's a "must have" because we want to use TestFlight for external testing and I expect the app will be rejected if it fails IPv6 only. They're moving away from Indy after this prototype has lived out its life
Remy Lebeau
@rlebeau
Sep 23 2016 03:33
my OSX VMs are too old. Creating an IPv6 network was added in El Capitan, but my VMs are Mountain Lion and Mavericks, which don't have the option.
davidpn
@davidpn
Sep 23 2016 07:02
fair enough.. like I say, I'll look into it; more than likely before the end of the weekend. It has risen high on my to-do list
Wil32
@Wil32
Sep 23 2016 12:14
i have a el capitan vm. you a wireless adapter to make the whole thing work. just follow apple's doc.