And as could be expected,

WSDS is 1 release behind on iSeries .

as for anything else on iSeries :
DB2 , Websphere, Domino, ...

it gets discouraging.
I wonder how long IBM will continue to be clogged by that bloody machine
they hardly manage to catch up with the rest of their stuff ?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Klement" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 7:14 AM
Subject: Websphere Dev Studio (was: Retrieving object names on the IFS)

> WebSphere Development Studio is free?!  Is this new?  What does WebSphere
> have to do with RPG or C?
> I'd heard that all the various compilers were included in V5R1, but not
> V4R5.  And in any case, you still had to pay for them, they just all came
> as part of one package.
> If I can get them for free, please tell me how!
> On Sat, 5 Jan 2002, Joe Pluta wrote:
> > >
> > > If the C compiler were free, maybe I could justify it.   Hey James...
> > > when you get a chance, why don't you port GCC to OS/400?  Thanks!
> >
> > I bought the RPG ILE compiler when I got my machine.  Last week I
> > to V4R5 of the WebSphere Development Studio, and lo and behold, I just
> > received in the mail a little package with:
> >
> > RPG, OPM and ILE
> > C
> > C++
> >
> > Plus CODE/400 and WebSphere Studio and I think I may even have
> > though I haven't looked that hard.  And all for free!  I'm a happy
> >
> > Joe
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