• Subject: Re: GUI source editors
  • From: "Matthew Scholl" <matt_scholl@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Dec 1997 08:46:58 -0800

Our web site to download a copy of Flex/EDIT is located at
http://www.aldon.com.

And yes, you can work with your code in Flex/EDIT without being connected to
an AS/400.  For a TCP/IP connection, you should rely on whatever file
transfer function (most people have this built in to their router) you
currently use  to move the files between your PC and the AS/400. This in no
different than the routine you would normally go through when performing any
other file transfer. You can then use Flex/EDIT to edit your source files;
you could even download the files on to a diskette at work  and take them
home to another PC or laptop.

After the transfer, simply name PC copies of AS/400 source members with
proper PC file extensions so Flex/EDIT can provide customized coding tools
when you open the files for editing.    For example, use ".RPG" for RPG/400
programs, ".RP4" for RPG 4 ILE programs and ".CBL" for COBOL

FYI, an automated TCP/IP transfer function is the top priority for the next
major release of Flex/EDIT and Flex/DESIGNER.

Feel free to Email me with any other questions.

========================
Matthew Scholl
Aldon Computer Group
Email: matt_scholl@aldon.com
Web: http://www.aldon.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Crothers <bcrothers@netdirect.net>
To: 'midrange-l@midrange.com' <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Date: Tuesday, December 23, 1997 6:20 AM
Subject: GUI source editors


I know there is a fairly popular GUI (WinTel based) source
editor for the as/400 but can not remember the name of it.

I want to say "Flex Edit".  Is that what I am thinking about?
Does anybody know what their web site is?

My primary intererest is for ILE/C, but what ever I get must
also work with OPM/RPG and ILE/RPG and of course CL.

It also must work over a TCP/IP connection and be able to run
under Windows NT v4.0.  Preferably, with NO router required.

I have Code/400 but it seems rather "buggy" (V3R7 and Cume
C7252370) and requires the SNA router.

Any comments are welcome!

Regards,
Bob Crothers
Cornerstone Communications



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