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Carlos a Beling Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Thu, 05 Jul 2018 15:51:52 -0300
Good afternoon.
Xbase++ 1.90 had a documentation about Presentation Parameters (pease 
see the attachs: _linkapp.png that shows a link to a brief description 
of Presentation Parameters as shown in _Descript.png). Even it is 
incomplete I use it sometimes.
I could not to find this description in Xbase++ 2.0 then I use the 
Xbase++ 1.90 help.
The problem: how can I open the Xbase++ help in Windows 10?

Fraternally
Beling


_LinkApp.png
_Descript.png
Jonathan LeemingRe: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Thu, 05 Jul 2018 13:34:19 -0600
On 7/5/2018 12:51 PM, Carlos a Beling wrote:
> Good afternoon.
> Xbase++ 1.90 had a documentation about Presentation Parameters (pease 
> see the attachs: _linkapp.png that shows a link to a brief description 
> of Presentation Parameters as shown in _Descript.png). Even it is 
> incomplete I use it sometimes.
> I could not to find this description in Xbase++ 2.0 then I use the 
> Xbase++ 1.90 help.
> The problem: how can I open the Xbase++ help in Windows 10?
> 
> Fraternally
> Beling

Hi Carlos,

I have copied an old reply I made back in 2015 regarding opening older 
HLP files with newer versions of Windows (works with Win 10).  I also 
just checked the link to the ZIP file and it still works...

I recently installed Win 10 on a test system but had not tried the
older HLP files.  After your posting I dug around and found this...

http://www.water-simulation.com/wsp/2015/10/01/how-to-open-epanets-help-file-in-windows-10/

Obviously I did not download the Epanets HLP file but did download the
ZIP file that they reference at...

http://www.water-simulation.com/wsp/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Win10-Hlp32-Fix.zip

I then unzipped the saved the ZIP file to a folder C:\HLP and opened
the CMD prompt as administrator... changed to the newly created HLP
folder and ran the install.cmd

It ran and paused at a few points where I simply hit enter for it to
continue.

Once completed I could open the older HLP files.

If you are interested the following is what was displayed by the
install.cmd...

C:\HLP>install

Terminating all possible running instances of WinHlp32...
ERROR: The process "winhlp32.exe" not found.

Taking the ownership of system's existing winhlp32.exe.mui...

SUCCESS: The file (or folder): "C:\WINDOWS\en-US\winhlp32.exe.mui" now
owned by user "JDL-HP\Jonathan".

Granting Jonathan full-access permission to system's existing
winhlp32.exe.mui...
processed file: C:\WINDOWS\en-US\winhlp32.exe.mui
Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files

Copying winhlp32.exe.mui to system...
1 File(s) copied

Press any key to continue . . .
Taking the ownership of system's existing winhlp32.exe...

SUCCESS: The file (or folder): "C:\WINDOWS\winhlp32.exe" now owned by
user "JDL-HP\Jonathan".

Granting Jonathan full-access permission to system's existing
winhlp32.exe...
processed file: C:\WINDOWS\winhlp32.exe
Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files

Copying winhlp32.exe to system...
1 File(s) copied

Updating Registry entries...
The operation completed successfully.
The operation completed successfully.
The operation completed successfully.
The operation completed successfully.

Press any key to continue . . .

C:\HLP>

Regards... Jonathan



jonathan.leeming@the-family-centre.com
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Jim LeeRe: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Fri, 06 Jul 2018 01:11:46 +0200
i use old winhlp32.exe.
copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct HLP Extension to old 
winhlp32.exe




winhlp32.zip
Jonathan LeemingRe: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Thu, 05 Jul 2018 23:11:13 -0600
On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct 
> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
> 
> 
> 
> 
Hi Jim,

The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
regedits made for the file associations.

The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
the end user.

Regards... Jonathan
Matej JuracRe: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Fri, 06 Jul 2018 07:49:58 +0200
Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
documentation?

There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:

here are from my :

\alaska\XPPW32\book:

18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm


I am sure there are still available at alaska website.



Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct 
>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>Hi Jim,
>
>The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
>associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>regedits made for the file associations.
>
>The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>the end user.
>
>Regards... Jonathan
Jonathan LeemingRe: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Fri, 06 Jul 2018 08:38:29 -0600
On 7/5/2018 11:49 PM, Matej Jurac wrote:
> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
> documentation?
> 
> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
> 
> here are from my :
> 
> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
> 
> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
> 
> 
> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
> 
> 
> 
> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Hi Jim,
>>
>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>
>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>> the end user.
>>
>> Regards... Jonathan
Hi,

Just checked and downloaded the CHM version of the 1.9 help file.  It is 
still accessible without a current Xbase++ subscription.

Maybe just me but I prefer the HLP versions particularly when I'm 
looking at an Xbase part as I find the "Class Tree" option very handy.

After Windows XP Microsoft stopped including the WinHlp32.exe but as 
both Jim & I have pointed out it is still available and will run under 
the latest Windows release.  I still have other HLP files aside from 
Xbase 1.9 so I still use it.

Regards... Jonathan

jonathan.leeming@the-family-centre.com
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Carlos a Beling Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Sat, 07 Jul 2018 12:21:43 -0300
Good afternoon.
Many thanks to all.
In the Windows exists WinHlp32.exe. But it does not work with the .hlp 
files.
I will to give a try to all sugestions.

Fraternally
Beling


Em 06/07/2018 11:38, Jonathan Leeming escreveu:
> On 7/5/2018 11:49 PM, Matej Jurac wrote:
>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
>> documentation?
>>
>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
>>
>> here are from my :
>>
>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>
>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>
>>
>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>
>>
>>
>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Hi Jim,
>>>
>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>
>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>> the end user.
>>>
>>> Regards... Jonathan
> Hi,
>
> Just checked and downloaded the CHM version of the 1.9 help file.  It is
> still accessible without a current Xbase++ subscription.
>
> Maybe just me but I prefer the HLP versions particularly when I'm
> looking at an Xbase part as I find the "Class Tree" option very handy.
>
> After Windows XP Microsoft stopped including the WinHlp32.exe but as
> both Jim & I have pointed out it is still available and will run under
> the latest Windows release.  I still have other HLP files aside from
> Xbase 1.9 so I still use it.
>
> Regards... Jonathan
Edgar Borger Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Tue, 10 Jul 2018 12:35:53 -0300
Hi,

where in the xbase website can I find those files ?

Thanks,
Edgar

Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
> documentation?
> 
> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
> 
> here are from my :
> 
> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
> 
> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
> 
> 
> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
> 
> 
> 
> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Hi Jim,
>>
>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>
>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>> the end user.
>>
>> Regards... Jonathan


Edgar Borger
Softsupply Informatica Ltda.
Rua Alagoas, 48
Sao Paulo, SP
01242-000
Tel   : (5511) 3159-1997
Email : softsupply@terra.com.br
Carlos a Beling Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Wed, 11 Jul 2018 11:17:31 -0300
Hello Edgar.
Good morning
They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90 version.

Fraternally
Beling

Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
> Hi,
>
> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>
> Thanks,
> Edgar
>
> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
>> documentation?
>>
>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
>>
>> here are from my :
>>
>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>
>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>
>>
>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>
>>
>>
>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Hi Jim,
>>>
>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>
>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>> the end user.
>>>
>>> Regards... Jonathan
>
>
Carlos a Beling Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:12:40 -0300
Good afternoon.
I installed the help files as shown in the attach Help_190.png and the 
files HH.exe e WinHlp32.exe got in Windows 7.
The files HH.exe and Win32Hlp.exe of Windows 10 do not open these files.
I can open XppGuide.chm with WinHlp32.exe from Windows 7 but it does 
open its sections.
Please what is going wrong?

Fraternally
Beling


Em 11/07/2018 11:17, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
> Hello Edgar.
> Good morning
> They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90 version.
>
> Fraternally
> Beling
>
> Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>> Hi,
>>
>> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Edgar
>>
>> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
>>> documentation?
>>>
>>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
>>>
>>> here are from my :
>>>
>>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>>
>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>>
>>>
>>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>
>>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the
>>>> required
>>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>>
>>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>>> the end user.
>>>>
>>>> Regards... Jonathan
>>
>>


Help_190.png
Edgar Borger Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Fri, 13 Jul 2018 10:49:06 -0300
The download button is disabled, only the waa help files are available to download......





Em 11/07/2018 11:17, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
> Hello Edgar.
> Good morning
> They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90 version.
> 
> Fraternally
> Beling
> 
> Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>> Hi,
>>
>> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Edgar
>>
>> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
>>> documentation?
>>>
>>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
>>>
>>> here are from my :
>>>
>>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>>
>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>>
>>>
>>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>
>>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the required
>>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>>
>>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>>> the end user.
>>>>
>>>> Regards... Jonathan
>>
>>


Edgar Borger
Softsupply Informatica Ltda.
Rua Alagoas, 48
Sao Paulo, SP
01242-000
Tel   : (5511) 3159-1997
Email : softsupply@terra.com.br
Carlos a Beling Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Sat, 14 Jul 2018 12:07:12 -0300
Hello Edgar.
Good afternoon.
I sent e-mails asking informations for you and they returned.
If you have another one, and would like to receive the informations, 
please send it to me.

Fraternally
Beling

Em 13/07/2018 10:49, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>
> The download button is disabled, only the waa help files are available
> to download......
>
>
>
>
>
> Em 11/07/2018 11:17, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
>> Hello Edgar.
>> Good morning
>> They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90
>> version.
>>
>> Fraternally
>> Beling
>>
>> Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Edgar
>>>
>>> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>>>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
>>>> documentation?
>>>>
>>>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
>>>>
>>>> here are from my :
>>>>
>>>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>>>
>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>>>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>>>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>>
>>>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the
>>>>> required
>>>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>>>
>>>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>>>> the end user.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards... Jonathan
>>>
>>>
>
>
Edgar Borger Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Mon, 16 Jul 2018 09:48:29 -0300
ok, thanks

Em 14/07/2018 12:07, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
> Hello Edgar.
> Good afternoon.
> I sent e-mails asking informations for you and they returned.
> If you have another one, and would like to receive the informations, please send it to me.
> 
> Fraternally
> Beling
> 
> Em 13/07/2018 10:49, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>
>> The download button is disabled, only the waa help files are available
>> to download......
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Em 11/07/2018 11:17, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
>>> Hello Edgar.
>>> Good morning
>>> They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90
>>> version.
>>>
>>> Fraternally
>>> Beling
>>>
>>> Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Edgar
>>>>
>>>> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>>>>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files for 1.9
>>>>> documentation?
>>>>>
>>>>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of downloads:
>>>>>
>>>>> here are from my :
>>>>>
>>>>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>>>>
>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>>>>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>>>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and re-direct
>>>>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the
>>>>>> required
>>>>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>>>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>>>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>>>>> the end user.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards... Jonathan
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>


Edgar Borger
Softsupply Informatica Ltda.
Rua Alagoas, 48
Sao Paulo, SP
01242-000
Tel   : (5511) 3159-1997
Email : softsupply@terra.com.br
Carlos a Beling Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Tue, 17 Jul 2018 11:04:07 -0300
Hello Edgar.
Good morning.
Here is what is happing:
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said: 552
     5.2.0 fQ60fy5I99McxfQ67fScLi internal error (in reply to end of DATA
     command)
</start>

Fraternally
Beling

Em 16/07/2018 09:48, Edgar Borger escreveu:
> ok, thanks
>
> Em 14/07/2018 12:07, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
>> Hello Edgar.
>> Good afternoon.
>> I sent e-mails asking informations for you and they returned.
>> If you have another one, and would like to receive the informations,
>> please send it to me.
>>
>> Fraternally
>> Beling
>>
>> Em 13/07/2018 10:49, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>>
>>> The download button is disabled, only the waa help files are available
>>> to download......
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Em 11/07/2018 11:17, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
>>>> Hello Edgar.
>>>> Good morning
>>>> They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90
>>>> version.
>>>>
>>>> Fraternally
>>>> Beling
>>>>
>>>> Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> Edgar
>>>>>
>>>>> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>>>>>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files
>>>>>> for 1.9
>>>>>> documentation?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of
>>>>>> downloads:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> here are from my :
>>>>>>
>>>>>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>>>>>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>>>>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>>>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and
>>>>>>>> re-direct
>>>>>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the
>>>>>>> required
>>>>>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>>>>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>>>>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>>>>>> the end user.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Regards... Jonathan
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
Edgar Borger Re: Xbase++ 2.0 Documentation
on Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:18:38 -0300
please try

edgar@borger.com.br



Em 17/07/2018 11:04, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
> Hello Edgar.
> Good morning.
> Here is what is happing:
> <start>
>                     The mail system
> 
> <eborger@terra.com.br>: host vip-us-br-mx.terra.com[208.84.244.133] said: 552
>      5.2.0 fQ60fy5I99McxfQ67fScLi internal error (in reply to end of DATA
>      command)
> </start>
> 
> Fraternally
> Beling
> 
> Em 16/07/2018 09:48, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>> ok, thanks
>>
>> Em 14/07/2018 12:07, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
>>> Hello Edgar.
>>> Good afternoon.
>>> I sent e-mails asking informations for you and they returned.
>>> If you have another one, and would like to receive the informations,
>>> please send it to me.
>>>
>>> Fraternally
>>> Beling
>>>
>>> Em 13/07/2018 10:49, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>>>
>>>> The download button is disabled, only the waa help files are available
>>>> to download......
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Em 11/07/2018 11:17, Carlos a Beling escreveu:
>>>>> Hello Edgar.
>>>>> Good morning
>>>>> They are in the download section. You must to specify that is 1.90
>>>>> version.
>>>>>
>>>>> Fraternally
>>>>> Beling
>>>>>
>>>>> Em 10/07/2018 12:35, Edgar Borger escreveu:
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> where in the xbase website can I find those files ?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>> Edgar
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Em 06/07/2018 02:49, Matej Jurac escreveu:
>>>>>>> Genlemen, if I understand this right, you need new format files
>>>>>>> for 1.9
>>>>>>> documentation?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> There were .chm files released in 2009 for xpp 1.9 as one of
>>>>>>> downloads:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> here are from my :
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> \alaska\XPPW32\book:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           514.350 xppguide.chm
>>>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:27         3.094.938 xpplang.chm
>>>>>>> 18.08.2009  20:25           156.458 xpptools.chm
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I am sure there are still available at alaska website.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Jonathan Leeming wrote in message
>>>>>>> news:35c4855b$6f545808$58dcc@news.alaska-software.com...
>>>>>>>> On 7/5/2018 5:11 PM, Jim Lee wrote:
>>>>>>>>> i use old winhlp32.exe. copy it to your Xbase++ Folder and
>>>>>>>>> re-direct
>>>>>>>>> HLP Extension to old winhlp32.exe
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Hi Jim,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> The suggestion I posted installs the winhlp32.exe and makes the
>>>>>>>> required
>>>>>>>> associations with the install process.  Unzip... run install.cmd and
>>>>>>>> winhlp32.exe is transferred to the system folders with the required
>>>>>>>> regedits made for the file associations.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> The ZIP was obviously created to simplify the implementation for
>>>>>>>> the end user.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Regards... Jonathan
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>


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