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ReFox 12.1 FoxPro Decompiler [2021]

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ReFox 12.1 FoxPro Decompiler [2021]

ReFox 12.1 â A Powerful Tool for Recovering and Protecting FoxPro Source Code

Have you ever lost or damaged your source code for a FoxPro or Visual FoxPro application Or have you ever wondered if your compiled code matches your original source code If so, you might be interested in ReFox 12.1, a decompiler and brander for FoxPro and Visual FoxPro.

ReFox 12.1 is a Windows-based GUI application that allows you to view and restore source code from any version of FoxPro, Visual FoxPro and FoxBASE+ executable or compiled modules. It can also protect your applications from unwanted decompilation by applying different levels of encryption and compression.

ReFox 12.1 has many features that make it a useful tool for FoxPro developers, such as:

Support for Windows XP up to Windows 11 and Visual FoxPro 9 (+SP2

Built-in compiler that is VFP9 compatible and can synchronize methods and object code in .vcx and .scx files

Ability to split .app or .exe files into their separate components, such as data files, reports, forms, icons, bitmaps, labels, visual classes and compiled modules

Ability to compare original compiled file with reconstructed source code

Localization decompilation of DBO files for some versions of dBASE

Enhanced protection Level III that cannot be decompiled by ReFox or any other tool

If you want to learn more about ReFox 12.1, you can visit its official website at, where you can find more details, purchase options, download demo and contact information. You can also read some testimonials from satisfied customers who have used ReFox to recover their source code or protect their applications.

ReFox 12.1 is a product of Jan Brebera, who has been developing it since 1992. He is also the author of other tools for FoxPro developers, such as Xitech Cryptor and Xitech Editor.

ReFox 12.1 is a must-have tool for any FoxPro developer who wants to ensure the integrity and security of their source code. Don't let your hard work go to waste or fall into the wrong hands. Try ReFox 12.1 today and see for yourself how it can help you.

ReFox 12.1 is not only a decompiler, but also a brander. This means that you can customize your applications with your own logo, icon, splash screen, version information and more. You can also add your own license agreement and registration code to prevent unauthorized copying or distribution of your software.

ReFox 12.1 is compatible with all versions of FoxPro and Visual FoxPro, from FoxBASE+ to VFP 9.0. It can handle any type of compiled module, such as .fox, .fxp, .mpx, .qpx, .spx, .app, .exe, .vcx, .scx and .dbc. It can also decompile localized DBO files for some versions of dBASE.

ReFox 12.1 has many benefits for FoxPro developers who want to recover or protect their source code. Some of these benefits are:

It can save you time and money by restoring your lost or damaged source code without having to rewrite it from scratch.

It can help you debug and troubleshoot your applications by comparing the original compiled file with the reconstructed source code.

It can enhance your productivity and creativity by allowing you to view and learn from the source code of other FoxPro applications.

It can secure your intellectual property and prevent competitors from stealing or copying your code by applying encryption and compression to your applications.

It can increase your customer satisfaction and loyalty by branding your applications with your own identity and adding features like license agreement and registration code.

If you are a FoxPro developer who wants to take advantage of these benefits, you can download a demo version of ReFox 12.1 from its official website and try it for yourself. The demo version has some limitations, such as not being able to save or extract files, but it will give you an idea of how ReFox 12.1 works and what it can do for you. ec8f644aee


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