Roger

The other reply mentioned debug - when you use STRDBG, you can use F15 to change the view, and one of those brings in the /copy /include lines. There's nothing in RDi to get everything in-line with your source - well, maybe the Indent source option might do it, since that is based on compiler output, I believe.

And the debugger in RDi, it probably has a way, as well.

Cheers
Vern

On 3/13/2020 6:09 AM, Danny Hayes wrote:
Roger,

If you right click on a /copy line you have the option to either edit or browse that copy member.

Danny

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I know you can browse/edit a /copy member in RDi.

Trying to get a handle on a source member that has over 30 /copy members.

I *thought* there was a way to view a source member *including* having the /copy member(s) embedded. Is that possible?

Thanks.

Roger Harman
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