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develop.lib

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Hello,

I am looking for information about the library "develop.lib", because I would want to replace some functions [INITVARS(), REPLVARS(), EQUVARS(), CLRVARS(), FREEVARS()], used in an old application written in clipper.

I ask help whoever has used these functions !!!


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RE: develop.lib

I have found a reference to develop.lib coming with Clipper 5.01 - although I have that installed here, and I can't see that library!

 

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Griff
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RE: develop.lib

(OP)
Exactly!!!

I have necessity to find the documentation to understand whether to replace some functions that are not compatible with xHarbour.

I have only a link of reference where it speaks of these functions. Would be better to have a document of reference!!!

Thank you for having answered me.

Regards.

RE: develop.lib

I can't find much on the web that helps with this... perhaps an email to CA would get you somewhere?

Regards

Griff
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RE: develop.lib

Have you looked here:

http://www.the-oasis.net/

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Griff
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