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Clip (compiler)

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Developer(s) ITK / Uri Hnykin
Stable release 1.2.0 / November 1, 2006 (2006-11-01)
Operating system Unix-like
License GPL or Commercial License
Website http://www.itk.ru/

Clip compiler is a multi-platform (Linux and Windows (Cygwin)) Clipper programming language compiler with many additional features and libraries (for gtk, fivewin, netto, MySQL, ODBC, cti, tcp, gzip, Interbase, Oracle, Postgres), which is quite fast, has support for Hyper-Six and FoxPro RDD's, and can compile existing Clipper source code with very minor changes.

It has support for all the features in the original compiler, can access multiple types of databases such as Oracle, Informix, Interbase, MySQL, Postgres, all Xbase dialects (tables: Foxpro, Visual FoxPro, COMIX, indexes: NDX,NTX,CDX,)

It supports object-oriented programming, preprocessor, dynamic and static libraries, several functions for math, string management, arrays or vectors.

Clip is licensed under a "GPL type" License and uses the GNU CC compiler.

External links

  • Clip compiler
  • Spanish user group of Clip Clip-castellano
  • Brazilian User Group of Clip


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