• Subject: Re: How do I load the code onto the AS/400
  • From: "Gary Kuznitz " <docfxit@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2001 16:57:29 -0800

On 8 Jan 2001, at 20:21, Carel Teijgeler wrote:
> Gary Kuznitz wrote:
> > Is there by chance anyone that knows where I could find a program
> > that would automate the process of splitting up the source code
> > files from MidrangeComputing.com placing them in their proper
> > source file.  I'll try to explain this better.  When a file is
> > downloaded from http://www.midrangecomputing.com/mc/code.cfm it is
> > neatly identified as to which is part of the file is CL, RPG, CMD
> > * Begin Member - DSPUSRSC, Type - CMD                             
> >  * * Begin Member - SCN001CL, Type - CLP                          
> >     * * Begin Member - SCN001DF, Type - DSP                       
> >       * * Begin Member - SCN001RG, Type - RPG                     
> >        
> >  *
> >
> > They come all in one txt file.  Does anyone know where I could
> > find a program that would create a source member in the
> > appropriate source file and copy the code into it?  I'm amazed
> > over the years that someone hasn't put it on their web site under
> > the link "How do I load the code onto the AS/400 once I've got
> > it?" TIA Gary Kuznitz
> 
> Gary,
> As far as I know they use the BRAVO product from SYMTRAX
> (www.symtrax.com). The BRAVO Reader can be downloaded for free.
> 
> Regards,
> Carel Teijgeler.

The Bravo formatted files are only available for code from July '2000
and after.

Thanks,

Gary Kuznitz

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