May *I* suggest to *incorporate* Jason Monroe Martin's *excellent* RxModel.nrx *into the main NetRexx Compiler* :-) :-) :-)

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May *I* suggest to *incorporate* Jason Monroe Martin's *excellent* RxModel.nrx *into the main NetRexx Compiler* :-) :-) :-)

ThSITC
*I* did just download Jason's RxModel.nrx *from the NetRexx repository*,

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+ and made a (quite short) Code Review
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Excellently done (from the RxModel.nrx Code I see, *have not yet tried it*)

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# However:
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The current *implementation* would require a *modification* of the
*standard NetRexx Compiler* :-(

Rene, & all:

May I thus suggest to *incorporate* the a'formentioned *changes* in the
*standard NetRexx Compiler*,
please.

This would mean that 3 new options have to be defined: -model1, -model2,
-model3

*and*

when any of these Options is used, than NetRexxC might be used as a
NetRexx Reformatter,
as well !

Congratulations, Jason, anyway.

Sincerely,

Thomas Schneider, Wien, Österreich

CEO ThSITC: Make International Applications happen
===========================================
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www.thsitc.com
www.katteyperry.com (*just under construction, still empty, sorry to say
so*)


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Re: May *I* suggest to *incorporate* Jason Monroe Martin's *excellent* RxModel.nrx *into the main NetRexx Compiler* :-) :-) :-)

Jason Martin
I think maybe just a tool in contrib that gets built every once in awhile.
It is also the foundation to port to another language using NetRexx itself.
No energy to port netrexxc to any runtime like C#, Vala, Go, D and others.

On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 11:06 AM, Thomas Schneider <[hidden email]> wrote:
*I* did just download Jason's RxModel.nrx *from the NetRexx repository*,

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+ and made a (quite short) Code Review
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Excellently done (from the RxModel.nrx Code I see, *have not yet tried it*)

####################
# However:
####################

The current *implementation* would require a *modification* of the *standard NetRexx Compiler* :-(

Rene, & all:

May I thus suggest to *incorporate* the a'formentioned *changes* in the *standard NetRexx Compiler*,
please.

This would mean that 3 new options have to be defined: -model1, -model2, -model3

*and*

when any of these Options is used, than NetRexxC might be used as a NetRexx Reformatter,
as well !

Congratulations, Jason, anyway.

Sincerely,

Thomas Schneider, Wien, Österreich

CEO ThSITC: Make International Applications happen
===========================================
www.db-123.com
www.thsitc.com
www.katteyperry.com (*just under construction, still empty, sorry to say so*)


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Re: May *I* suggest to *incorporate* Jason Monroe Martin's *excellent* RxModel.nrx *into the main NetRexx Compiler* :-) :-) :-)

ThSITC
Jason,

Your code *is so tiny, and clear*, ....

.... and the necessary *modifications* in the calling program *are so lengthy ...*
........ *as I do see in Your notes at the end of RxModel* ...

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# That *I* do again *repeat my request* to *integrate*
# *RxModel* in the *main, supported, version of NetRexxC !
####################################################

Also, that additions might be *great* for a *NetRexx 4.00* release !!!

That shall be really *Good News*, as long as Kermit Kiser is in hospital :-( :-( :-(

Thomas Schneider
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Am 02.05.2016 um 18:37 schrieb Jason Martin:
I think maybe just a tool in contrib that gets built every once in awhile.
It is also the foundation to port to another language using NetRexx itself.
No energy to port netrexxc to any runtime like C#, Vala, Go, D and others.

On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 11:06 AM, Thomas Schneider <[hidden email]> wrote:
*I* did just download Jason's RxModel.nrx *from the NetRexx repository*,

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+ and made a (quite short) Code Review
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Excellently done (from the RxModel.nrx Code I see, *have not yet tried it*)

####################
# However:
####################

The current *implementation* would require a *modification* of the *standard NetRexx Compiler* :-(

Rene, & all:

May I thus suggest to *incorporate* the a'formentioned *changes* in the *standard NetRexx Compiler*,
please.

This would mean that 3 new options have to be defined: -model1, -model2, -model3

*and*

when any of these Options is used, than NetRexxC might be used as a NetRexx Reformatter,
as well !

Congratulations, Jason, anyway.

Sincerely,

Thomas Schneider, Wien, Österreich

CEO ThSITC: Make International Applications happen
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www.db-123.com
www.thsitc.com
www.katteyperry.com (*just under construction, still empty, sorry to say so*)


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