• Subject: Re: MI programmers list? Interested?
  • From: dhandy@xxxxxxxxxxx (Douglas Handy)
  • Date: Sun, 07 Nov 1999 16:09:23 -0500

York,

>This looks really useful. However, I can't use it unless I rekey it because
>the alignment is messed up in the email.

Why rekey?  Just cut and paste it from the message into a separate
file.  I did and uploaded it, and it compiles just fine.

Note that you may also want to make a command wrapper for this
program, instead of just using CALL.  But using CALL isn't that hard
either.  It looks like it takes up to three parms in this order:

 1) Source member name  (required)
 2) PF-SRC name (optional, defaults to QMISRC)
 3) *DETAIL or *NOLIST (optional)

Note that the PF-SRC name does not accept a qualified name -- specify
just the filename and it uses *LIBL to resolve it.  The third parm is
not a list either -- specify only a single value or leave it out.

The program is named after the source and placed in *CURLIB with
public authority of *USE.  Just move it and/or change the authorities
after it is created.

Or at least that is how I read the source, not having much experience
with MI (yet), although I have programmed in assembler on various
other machines.

Doug
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