I use the C++ compiler with a command similar to CRTCPPMOD
MODULE(QTEMP/AFFHTPY02) SRCSTMF('/cppsource/AFFHTPY02.CPP')
CHECKOUT(*GENERAL) OUTPUT(*PRINT) OPTION(*SHOWSRC).  I keep the source in a
standard AS/400 source file then I have a build CL program which copies it
to the IFS system before issueing the create module command.

Kent Ulrich


-----Original Message-----
From: James Rich [mailto:james@eaerich.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 2:03 PM
To: c400-l
Subject: [C400-L] Compiling source on the IFS


All the C compiles I've done before were source members in the native
as/400 filesystem (QSYS.LIB I think).  I want to compile source code on
the IFS (path something like /home/projects/src).  How do I run the
compile?

James Rich
james@eaerich.com

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