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Help using xHarbour with Vouch

Help using xHarbour with Vouch

Help using xHarbour with Vouch

I'm trying to use xHarbour for the first time, but my program won't run because of the following error:

Unrecoverable error 9000: Module: 'VOUCH32.PRG' was compiled into PCODE version:
 7,this version of xHarbour expects version: 9
Called from hb_vmQuit()

Can anyone tell me how to get a pcode 9 version of Vouch please? Or, I guess a pcode version 7 of xHarbour!

Kind regards

RE: Help using xHarbour with Vouch

Vouch has been declared dead by the author, afaik, I've used it a few years back, but Pritpal Bedi now is working on other stuff in the Harbour-project (gtwvg). He once announced there wouldn't be much work done on Vouch32 any more.

Your message tells you you're using a lib or obj file compiled with an older version of xHarbour, that's incompatible with the P-Code of the newer compiler. Only recompiling of the source and recreate the lib could solve that. As you don't have the source......
Solution: Leave out the Vouch stuff.


RE: Help using xHarbour with Vouch

Hi TonHu,
Thanks for the prompt reply.
Shame Vouch died, I liked it. Worked well in Clipper.
Now I'll have to learn about xHarbour printing sad
Any hints for porting from Vouch to xHarbour?
How about PageScript, compatible?

I'm looking to move some Clipper apps to xHarbour, so it looks like a fair bit of recoding required on the print routines.

Kind regards

RE: Help using xHarbour with Vouch

Looks like the PageScript lib was the original inspiration for Pritpal to write Vouch, but then he aparently decided to go commercial, and saw he couldn't sell a less product for the same price so he just stopped development...

PageScript would be a good alternative to Vouch printing (functional nearly equivalent), but I'm not spending any money on my Clipper/xHarbour development, as all my apps are no longer sold/supported (I quit that > 7 years ago). If the price is right for you I'd advise PageScript.


RE: Help using xHarbour with Vouch

Thanks again for the info.
I've just found Print Script on the xHarbour site. If it works I'll use that, if not I'll see if Abee will do an upgrade price as I've been using PageScript for years now.
Kind regards

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