• Subject: Re: V4R4 and V4R1 interoperability
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Sep 1999 8:14:09 -0500

Unless you want to get perverse and compile down to V3R2.  
We upgraded our development machine to V4R4 and that is how 
we support the division still running V3R7.


Rob Berendt             What do you want to reload today?
                        20ga. trap loads





lbolhui@ibm.net on 09/17/99 08:08:32 AM
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Subject:        Re: V4R4 and V4R1 interoperability

>      We plan to upgrade our development machine to model 7xx which require
>      V4R3 at least, but IBM will install the latest version (V4R4).
>      Meanwhile, our production machine still use 6xx model with V4R1 (not
>      yet planned to upgrade).
>      My question is, will a compiled program on development run on
>      production?

       V4R4 - *Nope
       V4R3 - *Yup

       - Larry

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