"Executable in IFS" is probably not the same as "accessing IFS". The native
C/C++ compilers create objects that run out of the library system. It is
possible to write them in such a way that a symbolic link in the IFS can be
executed out of QShell and maybe PASE - have never tried that one. And it
is possible to create AIX executables that can run in PASE.
This definitely mixes things up, right?
At 05:59 PM 8/16/2004, you wrote:
Bryan pointed you in the right direction. I'll just add that the C++
compiler will produce program objects that are executable on the syste.
The IFS is just another file system. The C++ programs can certainly
access IFS objects.
On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 17:37:42 -0400, "Alex Moore"
> Has anyone successfully done this? Is this the right list for this
> question? I need to implement a little PHP application for "zero" cost.
> Can the V5R2 C++ compiler produce program objects that are executable in
> IFS? Are these dumb questions?
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