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Harbour nightly builds

Post by esgici » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:10 pm

Hi

Does we can use Harbour nightly builds for compiling HMG applications ?

Copying whole Harbour folder to Harbour sub-folder of HMG may be right, or will cause some objections ?

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Post by danielmaximiliano » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:57 pm

Hola Esgici :
Creo que no habria problemas, solo algún caso que cambie alguna función de Harbour y este genere
algún error; sinceramente no probe o intente copiar las carpetas /Bin /Lib y /Include a sus respectivo lugares en HMG.
mas tarde intentaré que no se inunde el barco :lol:

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Hello Esgici:
I think there would be no problems, only some case you change some function of Harbour and this generates
an error; honestly do not probe or try to copy the folders / bin / lib and / Include their respective places in HMG.
later try to not flood the boat: lol:
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Post by esgici » Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:06 pm

Hola Daniel
danielmaximiliano wrote:...later try to not flood the boat :lol:
You are so sweet as always :lol:

By the way how is your sixth finger, does all right :?:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Rathinagiri » Tue Nov 06, 2012 3:34 am

IMHO, copying the whole Harbour directory inside HMG harbour directory is not at all a problem. Actually that is what had been done in every release of HMG version.
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Post by esgici » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:16 pm

Hi

Found another way; in <hmg>\build.bat :

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rem ******************************************************************************
rem SET BINARIES PATHS
rem ******************************************************************************

rem     SET PATH=%HMGPATH%\harbour\bin;%HMGPATH%\mingw\bin;%PATH%

	SET PATH=C:\harbour\bin;C:\Harbour\comp\mingw\bin;%PATH%
Tested and affirmed working.

But not sure that this way if smooth and secure.

Any idea ?

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Post by Pablo César » Wed Nov 07, 2012 5:06 pm

In another forum one user said Harbour in HMG folder is not the same, not like as original one. Saying:
But surely it is not the official version.
Have left (my source code) standard to compile with / w3 / s2, and was ok in Harbour 3.0.
In Harbour HMG showed a 5 static functions that were not more in use.
If (compilation) done differently, then it is different.
Although I have stated that the Harbour is the same as the original version. He replied with:
The problem was not Harbour, although different from the official. The visible difference was this compiler detects static functions discarded
What is the meaning with that ? Is Harbour diferent version in HMG folder ? Or is wrongly considering our compile way which HMG sets with its environment as amended version of Harbour ? I do not understand why he says HMG´s Harbour is different as oficial one. Some one could explain it ?
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Post by danielmaximiliano » Wed Nov 07, 2012 5:18 pm

esgici wrote:Hi

Found another way; in <hmg>\build.bat :

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rem ******************************************************************************
rem SET BINARIES PATHS
rem ******************************************************************************

rem     SET PATH=%HMGPATH%\harbour\bin;%HMGPATH%\mingw\bin;%PATH%

	SET PATH=C:\harbour\bin;C:\Harbour\comp\mingw\bin;%PATH%
Tested and affirmed working.

But not sure that this way if smooth and secure.

Any idea ?

TIA
Hello Esgici:
I did a little more complicated, copy the respective folders Harbour Nightly :lol: , works without any problem.

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       C:\HB32\Bin --------->C:\hmg.3.0.45\HARBOUR\bin
              \Lib                                \Lib 
              \Doc                                \Doc
              \Include                            \Include
Harbour is the free compiler, a library or wrapper HMG.

The Harbour compiler performs the same function as CLIPPER.EXE (MR).
It has the advantage that it can generate C language code, making it compatible with virtually thousands of libraries and programs.
Work is the option to generate executables for each of the platforms.

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converts                                                               
PRG files ---> File "C" (Harbour) ---------> MinGW--------->executables
                                             BCC5.5                    
                                             OpenWatcom                
Executable larger
One of the disadvantages is that MinGW executables are generated larger size than those generated by other compilers. This occurs when you include the header files for C + + standards (for example, # include <iostream>), and because the compiler links all libraries within the executable statically.

OpenWatcom Small executables for Harbour/xHarbour
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Post by Pablo César » Wed Nov 07, 2012 5:41 pm

I did a little more complicated, copy the respective folders Harbour Nightly , works without any problem.
This it means Harbour in HMG package is the same than original one. Right ?
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Post by esgici » Wed Nov 07, 2012 5:42 pm

Ola Pablo
Pablo César wrote:I do not understand why he says HMG´s Harbour is different as oficial one. Some one could explain it ?
As far as know, there isn't any UNOFFICIAL Harbour anywhere and there isn't any difference between versions released by Harbour and embedded one in HMG.
rathinagiri wrote:IMHO, copying the whole Harbour directory inside HMG harbour directory is not at all a problem. Actually that is what had been done in every release of HMG version.
esgici wrote:

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SET PATH=C:\harbour\bin;C:\Harbour\comp\mingw\bin;%PATH%
Tested and affirmed working.
danielmaximiliano wrote:I did a little more complicated, copy the respective folders Harbour Nightly , works without any problem.
Compiling / building process of both Harbour and HMG is quite complex and everybody can confuse something.

Moreover someone likes much to malign to people and systems even without any argument and even with mendacious claims ;)

By the way, I'm admirant of your management skill as a forum moderator ;)

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Post by Pablo César » Wed Nov 07, 2012 11:38 pm

Moreover someone likes much to malign to people and systems even without any argument and even with mendacious claims
Yes amigo, there are people that prefers to say mendacious claims and without arguments, than recognize their own errors
By the way, I'm admirant of your management skill as a forum moderator
Your words at this time makes me feel better. Thanks amigo !
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