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Package without source code
to Delphi 2  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 2 IDE.  
4. Select "Component \ Install..." menu item.  
5. Press "Add" button and select "_WinHTTPReg.pas" file.  
6. Rebuild library.  
 
to Delphi 3  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 3 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPD3.dpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to Delphi 4  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 4 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPD4.dpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to Delphi 5  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 5 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPD5.dpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to Delphi 6  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 6 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPD6.dpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to Delphi 7  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 7 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPD7.dpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to Delphi 2005  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start Delphi 2005 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPD2005.dpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette (right-click on "AppControlsD2005.bpl" node in the Project Manager and select "Install" menu item).  
 
to C++ Builder 3  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start C++ Builder 3 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPCB3.bpk" file.  
5. Select "Project \ Make WinHTTPCB3" menu item.  
6. Select "Component \ InstallPackages" menu item.  
7. Press "Add" button and select "WinHTTPCB3.bpl" file.  
 
to C++ Builder 4  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start C++ Builder 4 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPCB4.bpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to C++ Builder 5  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start C++ Builder 5 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPCB5.bpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  
 
to C++ Builder 6  
1. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
2. Unzip files and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
3. Start C++ Builder 6 IDE.  
4. Open "WinHTTPCB6.bpk" file.  
5. Install package to the components palette ("Install" button).  


Source Code
1. Uninstall / delete all previous (trial) instances of WinHTTP.  
2. Create "..\Lib\WinHTTP" directory.  
3. Unzip files from "Sources" directory and copy them to "..\Lib\WinHTTP".  
4. Run Delphi IDE.  
5. Select "Component \ Install..." menu item.  
6. Press "Add" button and select "_WinHTTPReg.pas" file.  
7. Rebuild library.  


Note for C++ Builder developers
iiwarning When you are using the Internet components (i.e: WinHTTP), please don't forget to add INET.LIB to your project (it can be found at "CBuilder\Lib" directory). This file contains the references to routines from WinInet.dll. So if you got linker error such like following:  
  [Linker Error] Unresolved external 'InternetCrackUrlA' referenced from C:\PROGRAM FILES\BORLAND\CBUILDER5\PROJECTS\LIB\WINHTTPCB5.LIB  
please don't worry and be aware that InternetCrackUrlA are used to parse the URL (split URL to domain name, port, document name etc). To solve  
this problem, just add INET.LIB to your project (use "Project | Add to project" menu item in C++ Builder IDE).  



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