Hi Elden, same problem and I didn't find a way to fix it in RDI.

My solution was:
- make a list with all CLLE Source files
- Rename all of them
- Created new src files with e record length of 132 (120 + 12)
- copy all members in the new one

and now it's working.

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Il giorno sab 28 dic 2019 alle ore 00:55 Elden Fenison <
Elden.Fenison@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:

I am using RDi I don't normally do much with CL. But today I've
done a bunch of editing and I'm seeing something really goofy.

The LPEX editor for CL in RDi seems to have no concept of a source file
record length. It happily lets me go beyond the end of the record. And even
when prompting CL commands will automatically wrap beyond the end of the
record length. Viewing the source member via SEU shows truncation of the
long lines. And the compiles fail for that reason. But when I load the
members up in RDi again... I see the untruncated source.

This is crazy. Any thoughts?

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