A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Massimo Be » Wed, 29 Aug 2007 18:37:09


I am very happy of using this guide, in my opinion this documentation
is a must for all xharbour developer
49$ is a little price covered by saved time.My suggestion for all
[X]harbour user is of buyng this product
https://secure.xharbour.com/order%20online/order.asp?page=index&show_h=2&=

Will be possible extend documentaion to most important contrib
rddads,rddado and GTwvw and linux GT?
 
 
 

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Patrick Ma » Wed, 29 Aug 2007 19:06:08

Hello Massimo,


Totally agree! ;-)

No, serious; yes, it's true! The xHarbour Language Reference Guide is a
+2000 pages professional written guide on the core functions of
xHarbour. $49.00 USD is a bargain for such a peace of work.


We hope to cover more of these nice contributions in a future version
of the xHarbour Language Reference Guide yes. No timeframe on it though.

Most asked for is probably RDDADS and GT's.

Correct?
--
Sincerely,

Patrick Mast,
xHarbour.com Inc.
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

 
 
 

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Massimo Be » Wed, 29 Aug 2007 22:15:50


Yes
Absolutly
IMO GT is particularry the most important thing
How GT will support ca tools windows function
How GT will change look of appplication with sample (win/linux)?
 
 
 

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Patrick Ma » Thu, 30 Aug 2007 01:27:51

Hi Massimo,


Lets do a survey:

What should be next be documented in the xHarbour Language Reference Guide ?
--
Sincerely,

Patrick Mast,
xHarbour.com Inc.
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Mike Evan » Thu, 30 Aug 2007 01:46:49


GT's
(GTWIN,WVT,WVW ......)

Regards
Mike Evans

Also in the current help it will be nice if in each function-class we have
a tip in which platforms its available and in which GT. At end it will be
also nice to see in each function the addition from clipper in a different
color (As an example the lsetpos parameter in dispoutat to be in a
different color)
 
 
 

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Rene Flore » Thu, 30 Aug 2007 07:24:44

Patrick:

This documentation is a MUST no matter is you are using the .ORG
version, you cannot buy any 2000 pages book so well documented with
49.00 USD.

I love the Help format, helps me *A LOT* to find all relative stuff
regarding any topic.

I know what I'm talking about, I work with FW, Xailer, and xHarbour in
console mode, and I do use the documentation hardly every day.

My best advice.... take a look into the car ashtray, I'm pretty sure you
have some coins left there to buy the documentation.

On the other hand, buying the documentation is a good way to pay back
for that wonderful product called xHarbour.

Regards

Rene Flores
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Mast escribi >> Hello Massimo, >> >>> I am very happy of using this guide, in my opinion this documentation >>> is a must for all xharbour developer >>> 49$ is a little price covered by saved time.My suggestion for all >>> [X]harbour user is of buyng this product >>> https://secure.xharbour.com/order%20online/order.asp?page=index&show_h=2&= >>> >> >> Totally agree! ;-) >> >> No, serious; yes, it's true! The xHarbour Language Reference Guide is a >> +2000 pages professional written guide on the core functions of >> xHarbour. $49.00 USD is a bargain for such a peace of work. >> >>> Will be possible extend documentaion to most important contrib >>> rddads,rddado and GTwvw and linux GT? >> >> We hope to cover more of these nice contributions in a future version of >> the xHarbour Language Reference Guide yes. No timeframe on it though. >> >> Most asked for is probably RDDADS and GT's. >> >> Correct?
 
 
 

A must for newbby and expert :"Xharbour language reference guide 1.1"

Post by Frank Verl » Thu, 30 Aug 2007 12:29:47


"Patrick Mast" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > schreef in bericht



GT's (with samples for most functions) should be next IMO also.

Regards
Frank Verlinde