Oct 2 (1 day ago)
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
HbQt, HbXBP and HbIDE - New Home Changed
We discussed, as guided by Viktor, and debated by Francesco Perillo,
over the use of "hbaddons" namespace, and unanimously, resolved that
this namespace must remain reserved for Harbour's would-be-in-future
implementation of "package(s)" protocol. The discussion can be read at
google groups - qtcontribs.
So the new home to Qt related projects is now SF account:
QtContribs - Harbour Qt Projects
The Mission Statement:
Subsribe to QtContrib Developers List at:
Developers and Users Meet together at:
Download and build protocol remains the same:
1. Create "addons" subfolder in Harbour root as: harbour/addons
2. Checkout: http://svn.code.sf.
net/p/qtcontribs/code/trunk in this folder
3. Type: hbmk2 qtcontribs.hbp
4. Receive: hbqt*, hbxbp libraries in Harbour's build lib folder.
5. Receive: hbide.exe in Harbour's build bin folder
Hope to meet you at:
a student of software analysis & concepts
PS: do not forget to show your support by writing a review at SF page.
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In 1997, then using Delphi 3, I had already created 32-bits Windows applications for HRIS, ERP and CRM. In 2007, using Ruby on Rails, an AJAX powered CRM site running on Apache & MySQL was created and I am now using Visual Studio .Net 2008 to create web-based projects and Delphi 7 for Win32 applications using SQL2005 & DBFCDX.
So, why then am I reviving the Original Clipper... Clipper... Clipper via a Blog as CA-Clipper is a programming language for the DOS world ? Believe it or not, there are still some clients using my mission-critical CA-Clipper applications for DOS installed in the late 80's and up to the mid 90's. This is testimony to CA-Clipper's robustness as a language :-)
With the widespread introduction of Windows 7 64-bits as the standard O/S for new Windows based PCs & Notebooks, CA-Clipper EXE simply will not work and it has become imperative for Clipper programmers to migrate immediately to Harbour to build 32/64 bits EXEs
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