ActiveVFP x64 "almost" ready

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Nov 23, 2016 at 10:11 AM
Build it in a way that not need recompile anymore, and allows protection on sources, also it can be configured to work 'only' on a certain domain.
The issue now is.... the runtimes, so not sure if I need to 'fork' into a new project to avoid things messed up, or throw all to the trash and forget it, but I'll keep you informed.
Coordinator
Dec 1, 2016 at 7:25 PM
Edited Dec 1, 2016 at 7:52 PM
Sounds interesting. So the x64 part is the VFP code??

Needless to say this opens up a lot of questions? The VFP runtimes are, of course, x32 and COM based. These are still needed or not needed? The AVFP proxy dll is just used for COM interop so that potentially is not needed as it is.

Performance would be the main benefit I would be looking at.

Yes, please keep us posted!
Dec 5, 2016 at 3:33 PM
It's very interesting!
Jan 2 at 3:40 PM
Very interesting, thanks for your contribution and please be informed.
Coordinator
Apr 27 at 4:10 PM
Who is actively involved in the ActiveVFP project and can it be posted on GitHub?

I am using this actively and I wish to make changes to the source to allow changing of PROGCACHE. I see other people doing it and recompiling it on their own but the source here is not updated. I find this to be very annoying and frustrating.
Coordinator
May 1 at 2:51 PM
Hi Tachyx,

Victor and I will combine our code and put it on GitHub. This August is probably a realistic time to expect this.