Tony,

The OPM compilers continue to provide an IRP listing when requested.
None of the ILE compilers however support this level of listing, and
in fact don't really generate MI directly anyway (they generate what
is known as a W-code stream (which admittedly could have MI inlined)).

This change is not unique to RPG.

Bruce Vining

>
>Previously, (prior to V3R1 I think), I could request an IRP listing from=
>the
>RPG compiler from which, when used in conjunction with a Service Tools
>program dump of the compiled program, I could determine the most
>MI/processor friendly (and optimal performance) way of coding a given
>routine. Under V3R7 with RPG IV, these insights appear to have been =
>removed.
>Does anyone know how to get a view of the resultant MI/processor
>instructions with reference to the original RPGIV source statements ?
>
>Tony Smithurst
>Tibbett & Britten
>

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