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On Sunday December 20, 2015 sugar said:
ReFox XI+ is now even easier to use. It's new Windows based GUI interface allows easy viewing and restoring of source code from any version of Visual FoxPro, FoxPro and FoxBASE+ executable or compiled
ReFox is invaluable in situations where the source code is lost or damaged or if it is uncertain that the source code matches the compiled application.
ReFox also provides a mechanism for protecting Visual FoxPro and FoxPro 2.x applications from unwanted decompilation.
ReFox reconstructs source code by splitting an EXE or APP file into components and further decompiling
the compiled modules FXP, FOX, MPX, SPX, VCX etc) producing custom formatted source code which is functionally the same as the original, including the names of variables and procedures.
ReFox has the following main functions:
Shows source code by decompiling programs that have been produced from FoxBASE+, FoxPro 1.x & 2.x and VFP
Reconstructs source code by decompiling programs that have been produced from FoxBASE+, FoxPro 1.x & 2.x and VFP:
.FOX for FoxBASE+
.FXP for FoxPro 1.x and 2.x
.MPX, .QPX, .SPX, .APP & .EXE for FoxPro and VFP .VCX , .SCX & .DBC files with embedded object code for VFP
Splits .APP or .EXE files into their separate components: embedded data files, reports, forms, icons, bitmaps, labels, visual classes and compiled components such as FXP, SPX and MPX. Component files can be viewed while in the application and extracted individually if necessary.
Protects applications from unauthorized decompilation. ReFox offers five levels of protection. Level I and I+ still allow ReFox to recover the code. Level II, II+, III cannot be decompiled by ReFox.
Compares original compiled file with that reconstructed from the new source code created by ReFox.
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