Lukas Beeler wrote:
IBM i "just" virtualizes the hardware (TIMI). So far, that has
hindered IBMs to bring a full technical rehaul to the platform, like
full unicode support throughout the operating system, object names of
arbitrary length, etc. pp. Most additions to IBM i were "tacked on",
just like Microsoft did with Windows.
I can't even begin to respond to this. You have all of that in the IFS, where it belongs. Long object names are unnecessary for anything that is not directly manipulated by end users, which includes everything the QSYS library system.

If I need human readable names, I'll use either text or the IFS. Don't touch my QSYS libraries. I don't need long names, and in fact don't want them. Ever. Period.

Joe

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