> Thank you Klas,
> I was using a for next loop do step through an array of dbf filenames
> mfilename = filelist[i]
> use &mfilename
> changed it to use &mfilname alias tempfile
> worked like a charm.
> I can find Harbour 3.2 on github but it has been a while and I don't
> know how to deal with binaries.
If "deal with binaries" means compile the Harbour sources to binaries,
then download the ready-to-use binaries from:
There is one .exe version complete with installer and one .7z version
that you extract into a directory of your choice (a clean directory, not
the one where you have 3.0). Then make sure to change your PATH to
include MinGW's bin directory and Harbour's bin\win\mingw directory in
your path. You probably have that already for 3.0 so just change it to
the 3.2 location. I suppose you use MinGW ... that is what the nightly
is compiled with.
And check so 3.0 and 3.2 are not mixed in the path or you will run into
Additionally, the sources from GitHub are a good learning tool to have
on your local system.