<snipRob>
...Some believe that removing observability makes it tougher to reverse engineer compiled code.
</snipRob>

<snipPatrik>
...I think it's more about not letting anyone else see your code so easily.
</snipPatrik>

Infor used this mainly on their routines to verify you're running on a supported machine. Those were the most frequent offenders when I ran ANZOBJCVN when converting to 6.1. So it stands to reason that their main concern was code security. If they just stopped using a preV5R1 lpar to generate code back then it would have helped.

Some people were really reluctant to upgrade past V4R5 as that was the last release to compile down to V3R2. IBM supported that exception to X-2 in order to support the CISC boxes for a long period of time.

Rob Berendt

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