What's SEU? :D

Seriously, we do have a few SEU users still...

But they'll be hurting shortly anyway once we start using fully-free.
RPGLEINC is just icing..


On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 3:07 PM, Barbara Morris <bmorris@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 2017-04-24 1:48 PM, Charles Wilt wrote:

​Can you elaborate on RPGLEINC?

First I recall hearing about it...

A quick google search turns up a blurb in the info center
"If the path does not end with a suffix (for example ".txt"), the compiler
will search for the file as named, and also for files with suffixes of
".rpgle" or ".rpgleinc".

​It doesn't appear in the drop down for source member types....but it
appears to work and RDi appears to recgognize the RPGLE syntax in the

So should our include members use RPGLEINC as a source type?

The blurb in the info center is describing RPG's rules for finding /copy
files in IFS. So that bit of doc doesn't apply to source physical file
member types. But that _is_ the reason that RDi supports the source member
type .RPGLEINC as RPGLE code.

PDM/SEU doesn't know about RPGLEINC, but it has always been possible to
use any source member type you like. So when you don't need SEU to know
that your source member has RPGLE code any more, then indeed it's a good
idea to use RPGLEINC as the source member type for includes. That allows
you to still edit normally using RDi, and it has the benefit of telling
RDi, iprojects, and other humans, that it's not a compile-able type.


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