1. Gimmy Susan
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  3. Monday, 06 November 2017
Hi comunity
 
I'm converting to pb17 a program written in PB3.0a.
Does anyone have a copy of PB3.0 (for collection purpose) or at least a copy of the framework deployed with that release? 
These are 3 libraries: utilwin.pbl, sys.pbl and utilfun.pbl. 
Thanks
 
Gimmy

 

 

 

Chris Pollach Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Gimmy;

  PB v3.x did not have any framework as it was pre-PFC and no 3rd party ones were included either in that release.

Regards ... Chris

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Hi chris.



There was original PBL by Powersoft.



this is an example of comment in source code:



/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////



//



// Event :  w_sys_single_dw..ue_fileopen



//



// Purpose:  Thés event determones if the data is to be saved first.



// Then opens the search window,, which will allow



// the user to choose an existing record to maintain.  Once



// a record is chosen, the title is set to represent the



// record being maintained.



//



// Log:



// 



// DATE NAME REVISION



//------ -------------------------------------------------------------



// Powersoft Corporation INITIAL VERSION



//



/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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Roland Smith Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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If you are converting an app written in PB 3, wouldn't you already have the PBL files?

This download might be helpful:

https://winworldpc.com/product/powerbuilder/3x

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ty for answer



The img file of version 3 and for ar corrupt. i'm not able to mount them.



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