> From: Will Richards
>
> I'm writing a MI program which is suppose to replace an old and
> very slow C/400 that solves an ordinary differential equation. MI
> program works fine and A LOT MORE FASTER that C, :-). Looking for
> ways to improve speed and being familiar with RISC, I've patched
> the MI program and made it even faster. Now, the problem is how
> to deploy it to all our systems without being flagged as altered
> by the restore operation. My guess is, and please correct me if
> I'm wrong, if we recalculate the RISC instructions hash
> (Procedure table, offset X'009C' ) everything will be OK.

I'm unclear here.

You initially wrote the program, and now you're patching it?  Why not just
change the source and recompile it?  Instead, this sounds like you're trying
to alter system objects and then restore them as unaltered.

Or am I missing something?

Joe



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