Martin_Head wrote:Also that 3.3x version number is just before the start of the compiled SuperBASIC. If you look at that screen dump. If I remember the decompiled QLIB correctly, that 3.35 just above OPEN_NEW, is assigning a string variable to "3.35". And the OPEN_NEW and OPEN_IN are Q_ERR_ON's
Yes, I forgot to mention this.
To be honest, one can't say, that QLIberator is able to compile "itself", compared to Supercharge or Turbo. These compilers always use the loaded Basic program, where QLiberator use a saved (_wrk or _sav) program in tokenised form. I always found that a big advantage. You are able to compile a program, which uses 90% of the QLs memory. Not possible with the other ones.