On Aurora, were any specifics given as to how the coversion to ILE was
approached?   It is one thing to run code through a converter that spits out the
same thing formatted as ILE,  something else entirely to restructure and take
advantage of advanced ILE concepts (procedures, service programs, binding, BIFs,
etc.)

I feel they could not possibily have done the later.  Still a simple conversion
at least provides a foundation to build from.  Also getting rid of old comments
should cut the size of the source in half...

Richard Evans
Delta Apparel

PS/Apologies if this has been covered already,  the search function on the web
archive does not appear to be working

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For the techies,  a lot of technical changes, here a just a few:
-250 library list support
-New library naming standards
-Consolidation of financial data libraries into one library
-Conversion of all RPG programs to RPGILE
-New security profiles for object ownership - no more QPGRM
-Introduction of ILE modules
-Task exclusivity testing within environments

Dave Barry
Dawn Food Products



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