I’m with you Booth. If you have good naming the fewer source files the
better. We have one source file per application + qsrvsrc for service
program binding.

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On 28 Oct 2018, at 06:39, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am having to rethink an old habit and realizing times change, perhaps
I should, too?

I stopped using QCLSRC, QRPGSRC, QRPGLESSRC, etc a very long time ago; I
prefer all related source grouped together in a recognizable naming
pattern. Easy to see and easy to police.

I am seeing discussion about the necessity of using QCPYSRC as a PF-SRC
file. Is that a universally held practice in RPG-World? Is this a
compelling reason to revert back to 1980s practices?

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