> This is Peter Robertson's Imp77 compiler for Vax/VMS, released > with his explicit permission. This copy was supplied by J Gordon Hughes > and his comments from the accompanying emails are given below. I have given you a .tar and a .bck as the .tar will be easier for most people to look at the contents, but if you want to get the jobdeck libraries in the correct format for VMS it is probably best to use the .BCK file (a VMS Backup Saveset). The file LLGO.COM has been annotated with everthing that you need to run the compiler. After you have sorted out the defintions in the LLGO file you just need to say @llgo to make the command available. > can it be installed by an ordinary user? You will need to remove the /system qualifiers from the logical name definitions, enable the SET COMMAND line, and the library defintions. It should all work fine from an ordinary user. You will need to set the block length of the VMS saveset to be 32256 bytes long. I can't remember the raw VMS commands to do this as we have an imp program to sort this out! > Is this what should be in the tar file? (it gave an error at the > end and I was afraid there might be some missing?) > > . ebcdic.inc ll.hlb numbers.inc statedef.inc > .. enumbers.inc llap.inc objdef.inc streams.inc > archaisms.inc flags.inc llap.olb pcbdef.inc super.inc > ascii.inc formats.inc llgo.com pgnumbers.inc symbols.inc > ast.inc gattlib.olb lllshr.exe phddef.inc sysio.inc > buffers.inc handcall.inc lllshr.olb prdef.inc sysmisc.inc > climsg.inc heap.inc lognames.inc prims.inc textutils.inc > cliparse.inc hlpdef.inc mailboxes.inc processes.inc time.inc > condition.inc hoops.inc maths.inc psidef.inc ttdef.inc > connect.inc impv10.olb mcode.inc rms.inc uaf.inc > contents.lis impvax.exe memoryman.inc rmsdef.inc userlib.exe > corediag.inc iodef.inc msgdef.inc section.inc wsldef.inc > dcdef.inc jpidef.inc mtdef.inc sfdef.inc > devdef.inc libdef.inc mtdefs.inc shrmsg.inc > dscdef.inc ll.cld mthdef.inc smrdef.inc > dvidef.inc ll.com newio.olb ssdef.inc It looks OK. All the .inc are include files, the impvax.exe is the compiler, and the .olb are the object libraries. llgo.com defines the environment. By the way, the compiler dates from Sept 1986 for interest. It is version 10.2 of the Lattice Imp compilers.
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