After installing do not forget to set path to c:\hb20; c:\hb20\bin.
To use it is fairly simple, go to your project folder and type
c:\hb20\projects\yourproject >hbmk2 yourproject.hbp and bingo your Harbour 32-bit EXE is created
What are the options that hbmk2 provide ?
Just type at any command prompt
and this is what you get to see :-
Copyright (c) 1999-2010, Viktor Szakats
hbmk2 [options] [
additional path to search for headers
-static|-shared link with static/shared libs
-mt|-st link with multi/single-thread VM
more GTs. First one will be the default at runtime
-hblib create static library
-hbdyn create dynamic library
-help|--help long help
For more details, see http://groups.google.com/group/harbour-users/web/how-using-hbmk2