Years ago I downloaded the unsupported package 5799-PTL because I was new
to the iSeries world and knew I needed some kind of make facility and other
means of compilation other than CRTCPPMOD & CRTPGM. I had to work out two
bugs that I remember in the icc code, then I was off and running. That was
on our Power7 V7R1 machine. Now we are working to transition to a Power8
w/ V7R3 and it has icc already installed, or so it seems. When I do the
following "type" command, I get the following:
$ type icc
icc is /QIBM/ProdData/DeveloperTools/qsh/bin/icc.
However, compiling anything gives me this:
QAPTL/ICC: Unexpected exception MCH3601
How can I dig into this a little more deeply and figure out what's going
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