| -----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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