If I understand this suggestion, it CAN work but involves lots of
copy/paste. And the program has to have been compiled with
DBGVIEW(*ALL) or at least DBGVIEW(*LIST) - that way, you'll have the
compile listing in the debug - AND in the object.
That brings up another option - DMPOBJ will contain the entire listing,
IF you compiled with the necessary DBGVIEW setting.
Again, this applies to older versions - Larry has given a new option,
which still depends on compiling with the required parameters.
On 12/11/2013 12:25 PM, Alexei Baranov wrote:
Ketzes, Larry on 11 декабря 2013 г. 21:21 wrote:
I'm more of an administrator/engineer than a programmer, so I
apologize if this is an easy question. I don't have the source to a
CLLE program on a system. I try to execute a RTVCLSRC command, but it
tells me the program is not a cl program. Can I retrieve the source
from a CLLE program?
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