In the reade.txt it says:
SERVER: the server itself must be build with Harbour, cannot be done with xHB.
Same applies for utils like console monitor.
CLIENT: client library (RDD) can be build with xHarbour, use the 'rddleto.lib.xbp' definition for
xBuilder. For Windows ( but not for XCC ), it will by default use a second thread ( without HVM ),
so the executable must be linked with a library containing '_beginthreadex()'.
cFlag define: LETO_NO_THREAD=1 set for xHB will disable this and the need for threading function,
[ C-compiler: note that xBuilder doesn't store used C-compiler -- change it on demand.
XCC: can't compile 3rd party 'lz4.c', compile it with PellesC >= 4.5 manually,
and replace it in list of files for xBuilder with resulting 'lz4.obj':
pocc.exe -Fo"obj\lz4.obj" -Ot -I"include" -I"source\3rd\lz4\lib" -I%PATH_XHB%"\include"
-I%PATH_POCC%"\Include" -I%PATH_POCC%"\include\Win" "source\3rd\lz4\lib\lz4.c"
So, all we need is to compile the LIB with xHarbour.
The server can be done with Harbour or downloaded here: https://linguagemclipper.com.br/blogs/tutoriais/tutorial-letodbf-como-servico-do-windows
I am trying to compile this LIB with no success. Why don´t you include this RDDLETO.LIB in the package of xHarbour v1.2.3 ? All we need is the lib compiled with same version of xHarbour used.