Hi Wayne,
Thanks for the info, we also use SVM to manage our non-iSeries native source so it looks like we can use your technique out of the box.

I also have found the C tools in RDi to be lacking. I guess IBMi forgets that there are C programmers out there among all the RPG guys.

Great news,

Spencer


Wayne James wrote:
Well, Spencer, I can only tell you what I do.

I develop for PASE using Eclipse with the CDT (C Developer's Toolkit).
I then use Unison to synchronize my source to the IFS. Then I use an
SSH shell session to run gmake to build the PASE objects. Our source
control is Subversion, so we use Subversive to manage that "side".

You can adjust that formula a bit if you wish to use the Remote Systems
plug-in for Eclipse (by working directly with the source on the IFS) or
by accessing the IFS via a Windows shared folder.

I strongly encourage you to NOT use the RDi C tools. They do not have
the outline the CDT has (which in my book is invaluable!).

Good luck!

Thanks,
Wayne

-----Original Message-----
From: c400-l-bounces+wjames=nubridges.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:c400-l-bounces+wjames=nubridges.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Spencer Elliott
Sent: Monday, June 22, 2009 3:53 PM
To: c400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [C400-L] IBM i and RDi and PASE and AIX C/C++

Hi,
I am not sure where to post this so I will hit both groups,

Is there any way to manage C/C++ source using Rational tools (e.g.:RDi, RDA, etc.) with the source compiled using the AIX C/C++ IBMi PASE compiler and a target of IBMi PASE?

Thanks,

Spencer

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