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Nanfor, funkyvm other 3rd party libraries not working with Xharbour

Nanfor, funkyvm other 3rd party libraries not working with Xharbour

Nanfor, funkyvm other 3rd party libraries not working with Xharbour

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Hi, I have decided to recompile my clipper 5.2E programs under xharbour project builder so that we can operate under windows xp environment. Our programs use extensively 3rd party libraries like nanfor, funckyvm, funcky2c, cpmi. After our recompile we got a lot of error messages related to the abovementioned 3rd party libraries. Would appreciate any help getting over this problem. If it would help assess our problems, we use nanfor libraries to read and display unlimited lines in the screen, for funcky vm and 2c we use them for encrypting and decrypting passwords, clock functions and mouse pointer functions, copy of file structures

RE: Nanfor, funkyvm other 3rd party libraries not working with Xharbour

- Most of Nanfor is available in xHarbour, AFAIK (nf.lib)
- Funcky switched to some OCX, but there is knowledge on the subject in the NG at xHarbour
- cpmi is for supporting extended memory and 286/386 cpu support, wich is 'built-in' into xHarbour, by design (full 32 bit compiler, and even 64 bit on Linux/Unix if needed)

HTH
TonHu

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