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Source Code Bundler Version 3

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  • Source Code Bundler Version 3

    SCBUNDLE 3.0

    '   PURPOSE: Select a PB Source file, generate a list of all #INCLUDE'd files and files
    '            named in PB/Win 10 or PB/CC 6 #RESOURCE statements.
    '   Copy all files to a folder or ZIP them up into a single zip archive file.
    '   add, delete files from list.
    '   ===============================================================================
    '   USAGE: start program. It is reasonably intuitive for programmer-users.
    '   Select Primary source file, select include string by selecting compiler and/or
    '   editing of same. Use the add/delete screen to change order.
    '   Click 'About' for more detailed help.
    '   ===============================================================================

    The Zip Archive attached to this post contains source, executable and support files... created using this tool.

    Version 3 replaces version 1, released in 2002; may be downloaded from PB library at

    Version 1.1 will process files created with PB/DLL 5, 6 and PB/Windows 7 and PB CC 1,2 and 3.

    Version 3 will process source files created with Pb/Windows 7, 8,9 and 10 and PB/CC 3,4,5 and 6.

    The source code for version 3 is written using PB/Windows 10.0.3.

    Given a 'primary' source code file, create the set of files required to compile the program.
    Possible uses:
    • Create source code for a client who has contracted for same
    • Create source code to share with someone.. e.g., PowerBASIC support or even (using ZIP feature), PB Forum Members who request "compilable source code"
    • Create offline archive for yourself.

    It does not identify procedures or files *NOT USED* by your code. It only provides the files which must be present for the program to compile.
    Attached Files
    Michael Mattias
    Tal Systems (retired)
    Port Washington WI USA
    [email protected]