> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Richter [mailto:srichter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Subject: RE: [MI400] Re: MI emulator
> 
> let me answer a "how do you emulate MI in C and Windows" question ...
> other than some major, show stopping difficulties, it is possible.

I love those self negating statements !

--[ snipped some theoretical stuff ]--

> And of course there is the half completed, now forgotten by 
> IBM mgmt, ILE beast. Even after all these years, it is still 
> considered top secret by IBM, so who knows what would be 
> needed to emulate it.

It {ILE} isn't *that* complex. It's basically really just implementations on 
the iSeries of a number of well used, and older 'runtime' concepts that have 
been used on other platforms for years prior to ILE arriving on the iSeries. 
There is nothing 'magic' about ILE, and as for 'secret' nothing it does is not 
already done elsewhere on other platforms.

--phil


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