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| -----Original Message-----
| From: mi400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mi400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On
| Behalf Of Jon Paris
| Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 1:47 PM
| To: mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
| Subject: [MI400] RE: modify program object
|
|
|  >> My understanding of this was slightly different, as I've seen Several
| sources ....... was available for a "mere" $mill ..... Mebbe
| that's what you
| meant??
|
| Yup - that's what I meant.  But I'm told the price is not that high - but
| they wouldn't tell me what the actual price was.
|
| W-code is used by many of IBM's compilers on multiple platforms.
| And is not
| "owned" by Rochester -

As was my understanding.  Is Prime MI *EQ W-code, or is there a HLA
(Hi-Level Assembler) like OPM MI PL/Mi and/or whatever that doesn't force
the compiler UI team to deal with register-level hardware op codes and
syncing??  Do you, or anybody know, that's allowed to say anything here??

| so there are other groups involved in
| determining who
| has access to it.

Uhhh.  Am I reading that correctly?  That even if you DID have the money
then IBM might choose Not to sell the compiler (and/or along with providing
on-going maintenance, upgrades/enhancements, and at least some PMR
support)???


| Jon Paris
| Partner400
| www.Partner400.com

Thx.!.



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