I can think of alot of vendors that might...it would give RPG a
theoretical level'ish playing field with that coffee language :) in terms
of portability....now all you have to do is figure out the I/O...:)

But also think of all the systems that would be almost already ready to
run on a linux box???

Don in DC...


> 
> 
> > Another interesting question, If the back end to all the compilers is
> > W-CODE as previously stated on this list, and IBM already have DB2 on
> > Linux, doesn't that mean it would be very easy for them to put RPG on
> > Linux too?
> 
> who in heaven's name would want to?

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