Tue, 25 Apr 1995 11:50:45 EDT

 


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Some questions about installing FAL2.3 on VM (ESA1.2.1). We haven't gotten all of the features (read: Source) yet, so I can't determine the answers yet. TIA for any answers: 1) Which levels of the PASCAL compiler is required for this product? The specs/prog dir mention that V2R1 of C/370 (5688-188) is required (at least for SOME components). It also mentions that PASCAL runtime libs are shipped with FAL, but I can't find any mention of which level is required. I would like to be able to re-compile any pieces I need in the event a loacal mod is needed. We currently hav V1R2 of the VSPASCAL compiler. Is this sufficient? 2) Can the TCPIP Server Virtual Machine be 'flip-flopped' with the 'public' MODULES? i.e. With the Fal V2R2 TELNET/FTP/etc. Modules work with the FAL 2.3 server? I'd like to roll the new server code into production before 'commiting' the new MODULES to a public disk. This was not real smooth when we converted from FAL 1.22 to FAL 2.2. Is it any better this time around?



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Some questions about installing FAL2.3 on VM (ESA1.2.1). We haven't gotten all of the features (read: Source) yet, so I can't determine the answers yet. TIA for any answers: 1) Which levels of the PASCAL compiler is required for this product? The specs/prog dir mention that V2R1 of C/370 (5688-188) is required (at least for SOME components). It also mentions that PASCAL runtime libs are shipped with FAL, but I can't find any mention of which level is required. I would like to be able to re-compile any pieces I need in the event a loacal mod is needed. We currently hav V1R2 of the VSPASCAL compiler. Is this sufficient? 2) Can the TCPIP Server Virtual Machine be 'flip-flopped' with the 'public' MODULES? i.e. With the Fal V2R2 TELNET/FTP/etc. Modules work with the FAL 2.3 server? I'd like to roll the new server code into production before 'commiting' the new MODULES to a public disk. This was not real smooth when we converted from FAL 1.22 to FAL 2.2. Is it any better this time around?







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*** Reply to note of Tue, 25 Apr 1995 11:33:00 EDT *** by IBMTCP-L@pucc.PRINCETON.EDU > 1) Which levels of the PASCAL compiler is required for this product? The ONLY supported level of the compiler is the 1.2 release since June 1989. This is what we use. > The specs/prog dir mention that V2R1 of C/370 (5688-188) is required > (at least for SOME components). The V2R2 level of the runtime is listed as being supported, but not LE/370. If you're going to write C applications, unfortunately you need the V1R2 level of the compiler. >2) Can the TCPIP Server Virtual Machine be 'flip-flopped' with the 'public' > MODULES? i.e. With the Fal V2R2 TELNET/FTP/etc. Modules work with > the FAL 2.3 server? I'd like to roll the new server code into production > before 'commiting' the new MODULES to a public disk. You should be pretty much all right doing this. We do this ourselves on our test system where we check out apar fixes. -- Matt McKrell -- VM TCP/IP Service, Endicott



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*** Reply to note of Tue, 25 Apr 1995 11:33:00 EDT *** by IBMTCP-L@pucc.PRINCETON.EDU > 1) Which levels of the PASCAL compiler is required for this product? The ONLY supported level of the compiler is the 1.2 release since June 1989. This is what we use. > The specs/prog dir mention that V2R1 of C/370 (5688-188) is required > (at least for SOME components). The V2R2 level of the runtime is listed as being supported, but not LE/370. If you're going to write C applications, unfortunately you need the V1R2 level of the compiler. >2) Can the TCPIP Server Virtual Machine be 'flip-flopped' with the 'public' > MODULES? i.e. With the Fal V2R2 TELNET/FTP/etc. Modules work with > the FAL 2.3 server? I'd like to roll the new server code into production > before 'commiting' the new MODULES to a public disk. You should be pretty much all right doing this. We do this ourselves on our test system where we check out apar fixes. -- Matt McKrell -- VM TCP/IP Service, Endicott






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