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Harbour MiniGUI Extended Edition build 18.03 is published

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Hi Friends,

We are pleased to announce a new build of Harbour MiniGUI Extended Edition.

It is a regularly scheduled maintenance and bugfix release.

Here's a breakdown of some of the modifications in the build 18.03.
For the full list, please see the changelog.

* Fixed missed update of a dynamic color at column sorting in a GRID control.

* Added the new read/write properties 'GradientFill' and 'GradientOver'
for ButtonEx control.

* Added the minor optimizations for a speed (and stability) improvement
in the some internal functions.

* Updated and improved the internal OOP classes.

* Added the new library 'PDF Printer' (based upon the Harbour HaruPDF class).

* Updated and improved the following libraries:
HMG_HPDF (synchronized with Official HMG and recent improvements by Edward),
TSBrowse.

* Updated a download module in HMGS-IDE.

* Updated Harbour Compiler 3.2.0dev to a recent Git-version.

* Added the new interesting samples and updated some Advanced samples.

A setup of the build 18.03 for Borland C++ 5.5.1 is published at
the following URL:

http://hmgextended.com/files/CONTRIB/hm ... -setup.exe

There are also an extra xHarbour.org-based archive for this build and
Minigui Ex build for the free Embarcadero C++ 10.1 Berlin compiler at
the Minigui's download page.

This release is considered stable and ready for production use.

The upgrade to this build is recommended.

There are also the private Minigui Ex builds for the following C-compilers
(by your request):

- MinGW 7.3.0 (32-bit) and Harbour 3.2.0dev;

- MinGW 7.3.0 (64-bit) and Harbour 3.4.0dev;

- MS Visual C++ 2017 (32-bit) and Harbour 3.2.0dev;

- Borland/Embarcadero C++ 7.3 (32-bit) and Harbour 3.2.0dev.

Thanks for your attention and support!

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Grigory Filatov
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I hope your health has improved and I thank you very much for this version 18.03
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Post by Anand »

Thanks Grigory, for the new version.

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Thanks grigory, congratulation.
best regards,
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Thanks Grigory!
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Post by mol »

I can't download Borland C++ 5.5.1
Links in readme.txt don't work, or go to Borland 10.1 compiler.
Where can I find this old compiler?

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mol wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 3:51 pm
I can't download Borland C++ 5.5.1
Links in readme.txt don't work, or go to Borland 10.1 compiler.
Where can I find this old compiler?
http://hmgextended.com/files/MISC/FreeC ... eTools.exe
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Post by gfilatov »

mol wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 3:51 pm
Where can I find this old compiler?
Take a look for a link here
http://hmgextended.com/download.html
Kind Regards,
Grigory Filatov

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Post by JALMAG »

Excelente trabajo. ¡¡Muchas gracias!!

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