|name mangling advice requested email@example.com (John R Levine) (1998-09-05)|
|Re: name mangling advice requested firstname.lastname@example.org (Ray Dillinger) (1998-09-13)|
|Re: name mangling advice requested email@example.com (Tom Moog) (1998-09-13)|
|Re: name mangling advice requested firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-09-13)|
|Re: name mangling advice requested email@example.com (1998-09-18)|
|Re: name mangling advice requested firstname.lastname@example.org (Ehud Lamm) (1998-09-22)|
|From:||Ehud Lamm <email@example.com>|
|Date:||22 Sep 1998 01:14:07 -0400|
|Organization:||The hebrew University of Jerusalem|
|References:||98-09-024 98-09-043 98-09-055|
> [As far as I can tell IBM mainframe linkers still have the 8 char limit.
They do. What basically happens is that the external name is a name of a
member (what you would call a FILE in Unix) inside of a Partitioned
Dataset (what you would call a one level directory). Member names are
restrcited to 8 chars. In some cases you have only 7 available for your
If you want exact references, the entrie IBM library is on the web.
and search for "linkage editor" or "binder".
Ehud Lamm firstname.lastname@example.org
[Right. I just found all those IBM manuals on the web. Nice job of
webifying, with annotations even. -John]
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