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-These patches and supplemental programs should allow porting to MVS or MVS/XA
-in an EBCDIC envrionment, using SAS C V4.00C.
-Included are:
- -rw-r--r-- 1 swl26 1573 Jul 17 14:32 README
- -rw-rw-r-- 1 swl26 20861 Jul 17 13:41 diffs
- -rw-rw-r-- 1 swl26 5022 Jul 17 14:00 fixit.l
- -rw-rw-r-- 1 swl26 97644 Jul 17 13:42 initscan.mvs.c
- -rw-rw-r-- 1 swl26 4898 Jul 17 14:08 unfixit.l
-The file "diffs" contains context diffs for changes to flex 2.3.
-The file "fixit.l" contains flex sources for a program to shorten external
-variable and function names to 8 characters or less. This is required for the
-"dumb" compiler linker used.
-The file "unfixit.l" reverses the changes in "fixit.l", to restore long names.
-This is useful when trying to build diff files as created here.
-The file "initscan.mvs.c" is an already "flexed" version of scan.l, in an
-EBCDIC environment.
-To install in an MVS environment, use patch to apply the diffs to flex 2.3,
-then run "fixit" on all .c, .h, .l, .y, and .skel files. Move the files
-to the MVS machine, and compile each of the .c files. (You will need a
-"yacc" functional equivalent under MVS to expand parse.y in that
-environment.) Link together, and the resulting flex should be ready to
-go. To test, run the MVSflex -is8 -Ce on the scan.l, and you should get
-back a file which is identical to initscan.mvs.c.
-Steven W. Layten
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