This file lists Third Party
Products available to work with FlagShip. There are hundreds of products
written in, and for Clipper or other xBase dialects. Any of these
products are pretty easy to adapt to FlagShip on Unix. We expect that
shortly a flood of these will become available. We know of many
that are working on FlagShip versions, but are not yet ready to announce
If you have particular products
that you want available, please call the manufacturers of the Clipper
versions and tell them that you want it. The delay in many cases is
that these manufacturers do not beleive that a big enough market exists
in Unix to be worth their time... or make it a priority, however enough
calls will convince them otherwise. Please also write us a message
so that we can bring pressure to bear with the numbers of requests
For you programmers capable
of creating products: This is an opportunity to create a product
that is the eqivalent of a good seller in the Clipper world, and dominate
the Unix market for this product before others do.
If you have
a product, and wish for it to be listed here, please let us know,
and submit a short description of approx. 3-5 lines to be posted here,
in addition to a product info containing the name, address, phone
number & email address of the author and web page if available.
Attach source files in .tgz (.tar.gz) format when your product is
OpenSource or free-of-charge. For commercial products, only the short
& product descriptions are sufficient. Send it via e-mail to
Of course, you will benefit too by an advanced tech support.
This short listing is available
via Web browser, the description and demos (or sources) as they become
available if they are of commercial quality, will be put on our FTP
server and CD-ROM.
Please note the
support conditions: the packages below are not supported directly
by multisoft, but are either
- commercial software, and supported by the manufacturer
or distributor, or a
- free software distributed "as is" by the author almost
under the GNU General Public License or with own license conditions
(see details in README* file of the package). Although these packages
are for free including source, you may often obtain an additional
support on paid basis directly from the author.
- RDDs (Replaceable
Database Drivers) and APIs by different authors for several SQL
servers, Cobol, ascii files, .cdx FoxPro index etc. (free and commercial)
are available in separate
RDD info page on this server. Partially available also in the
by multisoft (commercial) A
complete Unix implementation of the CA/Clipper-Tools Library, hundreds
of helpful functions to do all sorts of things. See listing
of functions and prices. Requires commercial
FlagShip license. Available also in the FlagShip package.
- FSI is a free
FlagShip Interpreter from multisoft. It executes standard
commands and functions in a similar way as for example dBase, FoxPro
or similar interpreters do. See a short description
or download (binary)
the source. Available also in the FlagShip package.
- Nanfor Library
for FlagShip by multisoft (free). Popular add-on library of Clipper functions available in
source, ported to FlagShip (32 and 64bit). See the overview or download the ported library source
- The HoldIt! Library (commercial) by John Sowalsky provides FlagShip programmers with a set
of ten powerful container classes, similar to those found in other OOP
languages. Includes Stacks, Queues, Maps, and many more container
classes. Unleash the full power of object classes in your FlagShip code. The Web site includes a brief description, plus links to the demos, user's manual,
and online store.
- WebTools &
mailing functions for FlagShip by multisoft (free), available in
the FlagShip distribution and library, with source available in
your local /usr/FSsrc/tools/webtools directory. See also general
info about FlagShip
on Web available by default library.
- E-mails with FlagShip,
(pdf, 630 kb) in SDT International 1/2000 by
V. Balek which describes how to use the standard FlagShip WEB*()
functions for automated e-mails. The accompanying source code is
- WebKit by
W. Schuman (free), available also in the FlagShip
distribution in the /usr/FSsrc/tools/webkit directory. See a short
or alternatively download
- FS-Web toolkit by
Jorge E. Hime Somers
(commercial). Extensive add-on library for creating web oriented
html pages, scripts, graphs, forms etc. directly in the FlagShip
code, see examples and the description,
as well as article
from Linux magazine.
- CGI Applications
for Linux/Unix, an article
(pdf, 630 kb) in SDT Internatinal 1/2000 by
describes how to use CA-VO sources and classes in FlagShip.
The accompanying source code is available here
- Norton Guides
Web Reader via CGI or HTML (free) from Dave
Pearson's server where you also can find Expert
Guide, the Norton Guide Reader For Linux. The ng2html
convertor from Noton Guide to HTML is available there as well.
A Portuguese version of Norton Guide Web Reader is available by
- MyTelepathy by
Levitt is a free partial port of Extrasensory's Telepathy library
for serial communication. Most of what one would want is
implemented. For those used to working with Telepathy, this
will help. See a short description
the source (new release).
- BarCode Lib by
is a FlagShip port of the Light & Dark Toolbox. It produces
the printer code necessary to print a barcode on Epson, IBM
Graphic, PCL3, PCL4 and PCL5 printers. See additional info
You also may browse the FlagShip
ftp tool site,
infos or the
general tools helping
for a DOS conversion. Check also the /usr/FSsrc/tools and /usr/FSsrc/system
directories on your system (after the FlagShip installation) for already
available tools in the distribution.
- Dbf2html by
Podgornik is a free small program to convert DBF files into
HTML docs, optional fields with totals and subtotals and/or browser
invocation. See a short description
For your convenience, here
some links for free
C compilers for different operating systems (GNU gcc) which
may be used with FlagShip. Note, this is without warranty; we guarantee
the correct functionality with the standard C compilers from the OS
manufacturer, as stated in the Requirements docu for any specific
FlagShip port (check the "Demos"
button from the FlagShip home page and then the "?" sign).