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recompiling old clipper prg

recompiling old clipper prg

recompiling old clipper prg

hi all

can you help me please to recompile an old clipper programe

i c ant find some lib
i creat a bat file to compile the prg to obj

clipper menu_p
clipper pers
clipper smvt
clipper calc
clipper bul
clipper stab /n
clipper util
clipper edit
clipper edit2
clipper edit1
clipper lpers
clipper pyr /n
clipper sorig
clipper brows
clipper simtbr

then i creat script with  old link file

saved to test.lk5

fi menu_p,  util, simtbr, sorig
lib ct, nfgen
dynamic into saisie
fi smvt, pers, calc, bul, stab, brows
lib fgrump5
dynamic into Edit
fi edit, edit1, edit2, lpers
dynamic into Graph
fi pyr, dgevga, nulexvga
lib  dge
output paie
then run

RTLINK @test.lk5

the problem that i cant find the lib  ct,nfgen,fgrump5

and the nulexvga.obj


RE: recompiling old clipper prg

You MIGHT find copies of those liraries on the web somewhere, I recognise only one of them offhand (the grumpfish library fgrump5).

Someone here MIGHT have copies of some of them...

But don't hold your breath!


Keep Smileing

There are 10 kinds of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.

RE: recompiling old clipper prg

And be sure to try and run that on Windows x64 :P

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