|clipper decompiler firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-10-09)|
|From:||email@example.com (Leny Freeman)|
|Organization:||University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA|
|Date:||9 Oct 90 23:20:30 GMT|
This is in reply to someone's inquiry about a Clipper decompiler. I heard
from a friend, who is a Clipper programmer, there IS a Clipper decompiler
called VALKYRIE and that it's not cheap. It's for the serious Clipper
programmer who has (gulp) lost his source code.
I have not used this myself nor do I have any vested interest in this company.
Since I have lost the person's name who posted this request, I am posting
this info for the benefit of all interested netters. So flames > nul.
Program name: VALKYRIE
Programming Solutions Inc.
5320 South 900 East #100
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117
contact Steve Klingler
University of Southern California
[Some of us wonder how serious a programmer is who is so sloppy as to lose all
copies of the source to a useful program. I keep backup tapes in my safe
deposit box. -John]
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