Roger Boucher <RBoucher@stanpac.com> wrote:

>If there was a tool that would take the RPG IV and
>convert it back to RPG III so you could compare it to the vendor's
>new code... This can make switching to RPG IV unreasonable.

What's wrong with running the vendor's new version through the same
converter and comparing that with your modified version?

>I can appreciate the predicament that Terry is in. I am huge fan of
>RPG IV, but would take the same position as Terry does for  their
>situation.

There are a lot of us in the same situation, possibly a large majority. We
may also be using productivity aids such as J.D. Edwards' case tool.
There's not much point in running the output from that through the
converter IMO.

Dave Kahn, ABB Steward Ltd.


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