Visual FlagShip (VFS) is currently available for 32bit or 64bit Linux and MS-Windows. Depending on your compiler or run-time switches, the by FlagShip created native 32-bit (or 64-bit) executable supports either
Textual/character oriented i/o mode (for console, Telnet, Terminal emulators, remote access via Internet etc.), or
GUI (= graphical user interface) mode (common in MS-Windows, X11, KDE, Gnome, Motif etc.), or
Basic i/o mode (e.g. for background or Web/CGI based applications), or
all of them (hybrid mode) where the used mode is specified at run-time or determined automatically,
Of course, VFS also supports and use graphical elements (named controls or widgets), such as subwindows and buttons, in a similar manner to VO or FoxPro/Win. They are accessible as common command or function, in addition to OOP class storage, and contain automatic or user defined event controls and whatever else you need in a graphical environment.
And the beauty is: no changes are required for your FlagShip 4.x, Clipper(S'87 to 5.3) source code to run fully graphically. Also the most of FoxPro (DOS/Win 2.6) is supported. You also may execute the application directly on Unix/Linux server (even via Internet or Intranet) from your MS-Windows environment using terminal emulator or X11 server.
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