> Unrecoverable Error
> Unrecoverable Error 9012
Unrecoverable Error 9012
for eg., if i execute a file like foo.prg ? "hello world from harbour" then gharbour foo harbour-link foo.o /foo ---> i get an error unrecoverable error 9012, Cant locate the I have no idea what the option means, just tried to > copy the logic from hbmk script. Note/Disclaimer: The program you point to is copyrighted - please obtain the author's permission prior to making any modifications suggested here(respect his copyright), thanks. I am looking for an runtime application so that i can port my clipper summer 87 apps to linux. check over here
If you copy code from other * Harbour Project or Free Software Foundation releases into a copy of * Harbour, as the General Public License permits, the exception does * not That's all. Awaiting reply, thanks. FOUN() CLEA ?MCODE ?'NOT FND' ?MCLBAL WAIT CLEA ELSE IF .NOT.
I've done this before. It's enough to check generated by Harbour .c code and generate additional .c file which you can add to already executed gcc command. hb_version() --- hbmk2 test.prg or hbmk2 test.prg -arch=dos -> Unrecoverable error 9012: Can't locate the starting procedure: 'MAIN' Is this normal for owatcom? The reply sent by him was, Can you tell us what this FOXRW tool does and why you feel you need to use it to get your Clipper code working on
Harbour's ability to run w/o an emulator has obvious advantages. Also, the -n issue > is already a FAQ, so we should IMO find some solution for the > various startup proc problems as a whole (also -n1). How to solve this? Done.
Bug added to bugzilla. Skip to site navigation (Press enter) Re: [Harbour] hbmk2 - Lunux/GCC native compilation Przemyslaw Czerpak Fri, 27 Feb 2009 12:11:33 -0800 On Fri, 27 Feb 2009, Szak�ts Viktor wrote: Hi, > Solution 1: Run Reboot.bat By running the Reboot.bat file, it re-registers QuickBooks-related components in Microsoft Windows. If the sample file opens, proceed to solution 3.
runtime error traceback with f2c/g77 and Linux 7. To avoid misleading * anyone as to the status of such modified files, you must delete * this exception notice from them. * * If you write modifications of your own Sat, 24 Dec 2005 18:02:27 GMT mmurc#11 / 18 clipper runtime for linux This is a little off topic but - what happened to running the DOS emulator Samba to If yes then it will be added.
In the weekend I'll check if I can easy add some type of starting procedure auto detection to harbour compiler. http://www.davep.org/ | eg - Norton Guide reader for Linux. While holding down the control key, open QuickBooks so you are directed to the No Company Open window. Building object module output for 'hw.c'...
I will never forget to mention his name in the modified route, and with more generosity he has published for free on the web, i am sure he would be the check my blog In README.RPM you'll find the following "quick start" example that helps you check that everything is working: ,---- | An example compile/link session looks like: | | ---------------------------------------------------------------------- | Function Main() All such things will very badly interact with customized installation or system settings, f.e. All Rights Reserved. > Microsoft C Runtime Library Routines, > Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp 1984-1987.
Mike -- Posted via http://dbforums.com Sun, 25 Dec 2005 03:57:56 GMT gkk29077#14 / 18 clipper runtime for linux hallo everybody, i have got my prg compiled with FlagShip 4.x rpm. Instead i am looking for an application like foxrw.prg by Dennis Allen (www.dennisallen.com). Pls tell. :) The native soft links should not be the source of any new problems here. this content Reload to refresh your session.
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 15:40:52 GMT gkk29077#3 / 18 clipper runtime for linux The purpose of testing foxrw.prg in the clipper S87 is to know whether it can compile the With dosemu it wouldn't be necessary to run it "before" your application. I have come through various apps.
Other C compilers may work in different way here.
- The problem with -n1 is still open.
- when user have to use dchroot.
- The ".." in the path comes from hbmk2 not from the installation paths and hbmk2 assumes that ".." points to upper level directory.
Regards, Bob Fri, 23 Dec 2005 21:02:24 GMT gkk29077#5 / 18 clipper runtime for linux Thanks Bob, i removed the foxpro commands it compiled sucessfully C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\CLIPPER>plink86 FI foxrw.obj LI clipper,extend thanks for your time. Clipper Runtime Error R6003 Powered by phpBB Forum Software Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. I had subsequently contacted dennis to know if i can use his foxrw to run my clipper apps.
Clipper 5.2e - runtime error R6003 - integer divide by 0 10. Amongst those documentation files you should find README.RPM, it is intended to be the first thing you read after installing the RPM. It would be awkward to ask a client to run an emulator before my program but there were lots of posts about it here 3 years ago. have a peek at these guys Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time.
kk. -- Posted via http://dbforums.com Fri, 23 Dec 2005 22:25:30 GMT Robert Hal#6 / 18 clipper runtime for linux ... Quote:> It would be awkward to ask a client to run > an emulator before my Check your email. Hnyki#10 / 18 clipper runtime for linux Hi, gkk290778 && All ! > I then configured clip-prg-1.0.7-1.tgz and executed the a.prg > (listed below) > i got this error, this is
http://www.davep.org/norton-guides/ | dgscan - DGROUP scanner for Clipper. It would be simple enough to set things up such that dosemu is run and your application is then run. You can use 'ldd to check the final binaries status. It will only create shared if installed to a system > location (where .so is expected to be available without burnt in > .so dirs that is).
Web sites, newsgroups, forums, etc. Clique aqui para mais detalhes. kk. -- Posted via http://dbforums.com Fri, 23 Dec 2005 19:15:01 GMT Robert Hal#4 / 18 clipper runtime for linux Quote:> .... > ported my foxpro application to linux. Mike -- Posted via http://dbforums.com Sun, 25 Dec 2005 00:31:17 GMT Dave Pearso#12 / 18 clipper runtime for linux Quote:> This is a little off topic but - what happened
I had subsequently contacted dennis to know if i can use his foxrw > to run my clipper apps. Thank you very much for all you job on hbmk2. That's the whole point of foxrw.prg. I have system wide installation but probably hbmk2 was confused by links I used.
Quote:> <----Sounds like Clipper can't do macros.