PROGRESS Tools
PROGRESS R-code Decompiler - Recovery Service

Did you lost your original source code and you have only R-code copy? Here is possibility recover your source partially or completely back. About 60-100% information can be recovered from RCode. Now are supported all common PROGRESS version: v6, v7, v8, v9, v10 (32bit + 64bit) & v11. Source is not identical with original one. Decompiler isn't available for download and currently it's working as paid service.

Please remember that recovering of applications that you are not the lawful copyright holder is strictly prohibited. You may use this service to recover only your own applications for which you are the copyright holder.

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Price:
- Price is about 10 EUR/~15 USD per file, but it depend on quantity.
- If you have more files there is discount and price get down (up to 1 EUR/2 USD per file for huge pack)

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Current version 4.30 - (12.05.2018)

What's new in this release:

Added:

  • Added support for AuthKey
  • Highlighting comments and strings in output
  • Added new expressions: 11 (v10, v11)
  • Added some keyboard codes to internal database
  • Better output from head info (v9, v10)
  • Show head info version
  • Added refresh action on right mouse click on files and directory tree
  • Changed internal database names
  • New application and internal icons
  • Added new toolbar with most used actions
  • Added possibility open rcode through open file dialog
  • New debug option "Show objects ID"
  • Some internal databases rewritten to collections (faster, easy work)
  • Add "_Dbg.txt" prefix to files when working in debug mode
  • Fill Global and Input-Output variables in to separate collections
  • Added Input-Output Dataset name identification

Updated:

  • Don't write to initial information output "useless" comments
  • Changed in whole project OPCODE name to EXPRESSION
  • Project now use .NET Framework 4.7.1
  • Heavy refactoring was processed on PROGRESS Decompiler source code

Fixed:

  • a lot of small fixes

See whole history


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