I don't know if anyone can help but I was given a project to find an issue in a very very old (DOS) application that 1/2 of our users still use. This app was developed using files that end with .prg and .c extentions. I have been told to use Clipper 5.2 to debug and then Clipper "summer '87" to do the actual compile/linking. I have never heard of this before and do not know how to manual compile/link or debug. (I usually code in VB 6.0)
My question is: Does anyone have any idea of any software that is newer but can import this older code into something newer that can compile and debug non-manually? Or if someone knows of any websites that can help me to learn this older code process?
Anything would be helpful.