Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Latest Harbour MiniGUI 1.6 Extended Edition (Build 70) setup is published

CCH : From the HMG Extended Forum

Hi All,

The Harbour MiniGUI 1.6 Extended Edition (Build 70) setup is published at the following URL:


and the Lite build 70 at the following URL:


There is the following changelog for this build below:

2009/07/14: Build 70 (HMG 1.7 Extended Edition) Published.
* Fixed: The Slider control execute 'On Change' procedure twice with the mouse
(introduced in the build 67). Reported by Carlos Britos <bcd12a@yahoo.com.ar>.
Contributed by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>
(see demo in folder \samples\Basic\Slider)
* Fixed: Programmatic change not execute OnChange procedure for the GetBox control.
Reported by Carlos Britos <bcd12a@yahoo.com.ar>
* Fixed: GetBox control - caret shape in the insert/overwrite modes.
Based upon the remarks and fix of Simon Norbert <simon.n@t-online.hu>.
Contributed by Jacek Kubica <kubica@wssk.wroc.pl>
* New: Function GetUserProfileFolder() returns an User Profile Folder path.
Contributed by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>
(see demo in folder \samples\Basic\MAINDEMO (SYNTAX I))
* Updated: C-code for compatibility with a last Harbour changes regarding to:
2009-06-24 22:36 UTC+0200 Viktor Szakats (harbour.01 syenar.hu)
* include/hbapi.h
* include/hbapiitm.h
* source/vm/itemapi.c
* source/vm/arrays.c
* source/vm/extend.c
Started addition of 'const' keywords where applicable.
extern HB_EXPORT const char * hb_parc( int iParam );
extern HB_EXPORT const char * hb_parcx( int iParam );
extern HB_EXPORT const char * hb_itemGetCPtr( PHB_ITEM pItem );
extern HB_EXPORT const char * hb_arrayGetCPtr( PHB_ITEM pArray, ULONG ulIndex );
NOTE: This modification will break code in most compilers,
especially in C++ mode.
2009-06-20 22:24 UTC+0200 Przemyslaw Czerpak (druzus/at/priv.onet.pl)
* harbour/include/hbapi.h
* harbour/source/vm/extend.c
* renamed existing hb_par*() and hb_stor*() functions which supports
variable number of parameters (...) into hb_parv*() and hb_storv*()
* added new hb_par*() and hb_stor*() functions which use strict number
of parameters. New hb_par*() functions do not make hidden conversion
between types, f.e. hb_parl() returns 1 only for logical parameters
which contain .T.
NOTE: INCOMPATIBLE. You'll need to modify hb_par*()/hb_stor*()
instances where they are used with extra parameter to
hb_parv*()/hb_storv*(). [vszakats]
NOTE: INCOMPATIBLE. hb_parnl() no longer pulls the value of
date types. If you want to retrieve date as numeric value,
use hb_pardl(). hb_parl() will no longer consider numeric
non-zero values as true. [vszakats]
Contributed by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>
* Changed: Turn the order of LoadImage functions in a few C-modules.
First we should try to load images from resources.
Contributed by Francek Prijatelj <francek.prijatelj@siol.net>
* Updated: Portuguese language translation in h_init.prg.
Contributed by Marcelo A. L. Carli <malcarli@terra.com.br>.
* Updated: PropGrid library source code:
- Changed: PROPERTYITEM LIST allows to add a new value to list.
Contributed by Vladimir Chumachenko <ChVolodymyr@yandex.ru>
(see Changelog.txt in folder \Source\PropGrid and
demo3.prg in folder \samples\Advanced\PropGrid)
* Updated: HbSQLite3 library source code (see in folder \Source\HbSQLite3):
- updated for using SQLITE3 version 3.6.16
Contributed by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>
(see demos in folders \samples\Advanced\SQLITE and \samples\Advanced\SQLITE_2)
* Updated: Harbour Compiler 2.0.0beta2 (SVN 2008-07-08 16:58):
* Updated: HbSqlDD library source code (see in folder \Source\HbSqlDD):
+ added support for MySQL TIMESTAMP, DATETIME and TIME types.
Contributed by Mindaugas Kavaliauskas (dbtopas/at/dbtopas.lt)
Contributed by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>
(look at ReadMe.txt in folder \harbour and WhatsNew.txt in folder \harbour\doc)
* Updated: HMGS-IDE v.0.8.9. Project Manager and Two-Way Visual Form Designer.
Contributed by Walter Formigoni <walter.formigoni@uol.com.br>
(look at changelog.txt in folder \Ide)
* New: 'Kaleidoscope - 3D' sample based upon an algorithm of Cliff.
Contributed by S.Rathinagiri <srgiri@dataone.in>.
Adapted for Minigui Extended by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>
(see in folder \samples\Advanced\
* New: 'Multi Richedit' sample. Contributed by Janusz Pora <januszpora@onet.eu>
(see in folder \samples\Advanced\RicheditEx_2)
* Updated: Samples for compatibility with a last Harbour changes.
Contributed by Grigory Filatov <gfilatov@freemail.ru>

Your comments are welcome!

With Best Regards,
Grigory Filatov
[MiniGUI Team]

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