The current example in the Information Center is written entirely in CL so
that no additional compiler is needed.

On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 11:19 AM, James H. H. Lampert <
jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Jim Donoghue wrote:
From what I can tell, there is an OS installed on it. Whether it is going
to
'expire' soon or not remains a mystery. I have ordered a twinax
workstation
and keyboard that should arrive this week, as well as some baluns and the
4-port 'brick'.

Basically, what you need is a front-end for the QPRCRTPG API. The V2R3
API manual included sample source for one written in PL/I (!!!), and
during a brief time when we had a beta-test PL/I compiler installed, I
wrote an enhanced version of it that we still use here at Touchtone. The
one in the current API manual is mixed-language, and not as elegant as
the old PL/I front-end, but neither does it require anything more exotic
than RPG or CL, as I recall.

Before I wrote our QPRCRTPG front-end (I call it CRTMIPGM), we used
something called CRTIRPPGM, that was already discontinued, unsupported,
and deprecated by the time I was hired.

--
JHHL
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