HMG is a xBase development system based on Harbour compiler, MingW compiler and HMG library.

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  • Simply AMAZING! Keep up the great job, guys! :-)

  • Gracias a todos los que hacen de HMG una buena herramienta diaria

  • Easy to use and works.

  • It simply works! It's a library to make a (x)Harbor (Clipper 32/64bits) to have a nice and stable GUI. Good support and friendly community of developers. You can make your application to have a professional looking without much effort. Many examples (samples) included. Easy to compile and easy to understand. Has a good help file (HTML) Version 3.x for Windows only (very nice!) and Version 4.x for multi-OS (using Nokia QT)

  • Very useful project!

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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

XBase/Clipper

Database Environment

MySQL, PostgreSQL (pgsql), SQLite, SQL-based, xBase, Microsoft Access

Registered

2010-08-12