• Subject: Re: Binding Directories
  • From: "Phil Hall" <hallp@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 16:27:00 -0600

> I know what Chris wants to do and it would be convinient to have.  It's
> to explain unless you are really using ILE heavily and trying to keep
> seperated in logical pieces.  I remember asking for this some time ago.

Yep, me too.

Maintaining smaller lists of objects in seperate BNDDIR's which are inturn
referenced in the main BNDDIR would make life easy.

> I also wondered why once it found a reference to a subprocedure if it
> it again (in another service program) that it would error out.  I was
> it would be like a library list.  Use the first one found.

You can turn this off by using the duplicate export parameter, but it can
open up a big can of worms if the object order in the libl-list is wrong to
start with...


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