Contents of the README.TXT file
This readme file describes how to build the PowerCode example program. This
version of the example program was generated for Turbo Pascal for Windows.
The example program features a stand-alone tool bar module that you can
incorporate into your own applications.
PowerCode is a Windows application generator that specializes in generating
object-oriented Windows applications. PowerCode is extensible, allowing you
complete control over the source code generated. These features allow
PowerCode to generate much more than just the application framework. It can
be easily extended to generate support for database, multimedia, or other
class libraries. PowerCode includes full support for Borland C++/OWL, Turbo
Pascal for Windows, Microsoft C/C++ with MFC, and ANSI C. See the
POWERCD.TXT file for additional info about PowerCode.
The example program is from the PowerCode tutorial. It is a simple program
that illustrates the use of a tool bar. All files, with the exception of
the resource files(.bmp, .dlg, .ico), are unmodified files that were
generated with PowerCode. A resource editor is required for PowerCode.
The following files should be included in the zip file:
JTOOLS.PAS Tool Bar Object Source File
TUTOR.PAS Tutor Application Source File
TUTOR.H Resource Constants
TUTOR.MAK Make File
TUTOR.RC Tutor Resource File
TUTOR.DLG Tutor Dialogs
APP.BMP Tool Bar Bitmap
CHECKBX1.BMP Tool Bar Bitmap
CHECKBX2.BMP Tool Bar Bitmap
DIALOG.BMP Tool Bar Bitmap
WINDOW.BMP Tool Bar Bitmap
TUTOR.ICO Tutor Icon
TUTOR.TXT Sample Text File
POWERCD.TXT Description of PowerCode - The Extensible Code Generator
To build the tutor example enter the following from the
DOS command line:
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