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RE: RISC to CISC


  • Subject: RE: RISC to CISC
  • From: Bill Brosch <bbrosch@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 12:24:09 -0500

fixed

The libraries can be saved backward no problem.  We had been running
risc for a while, saving the  system to cisc, and sending it to the
customers (some on risc).  The save may take longer as it will have to
reconvert the objects.

-----Original Message-----
From: Art Baker [mailto:Art_Baker@baan.com]
Sent: Friday, May 14, 1999 10:59 AM
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
Subject: RISC to CISC


Hello,
        I have been off the midrange list for the past few months, too
many
projects. But I'm back!
        Have a question on saving libraries. My machine is running RISC
V3R7
and a client of mind wants a copy of a library but, the client is
running
V3R2 CISC. There is the TGTRLS (target release) option on the SAV menu
for
typing in what version you want the library saved at but can a RISC
library
be converted back to CISC format? I was thinking there was something in
the
midrange archive but have not found anything yet for converting
libraries
from RISC to CISC format.
Has anyone had this problem before?
Art 
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