> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Bottomley [mailto:john.bottomley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> 
>  > Just what is it that can be done so much better in MI that makes it
> > worth dealing with the absence of tools, documentation, 
> syntax checkers,
> > debuggers .....
>
> Well, I for one find MI ideal for writing compact code that 
> runs fat on ALL models of AS/400s. 

Hehe, 'compact code that runs fat' another one of those self negating sentences 
I love - albeit due to a typo :-)

> And I also find the docs for MI quite 
> adequate. And as to debuggers, I wish the ILE debugger 
> were anywhere near as easy to use
> on C code as the OPM debugger is on MI.

My view is opposite, I prefer the 'ILE' debugger, and never had any issues 
using it on C/C++ code. There are better tools out there, Tango/04 [ 
http://www.tango04.com ] has an excellent suite of both Windows based and 5250 
based debug tools.

--phil


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