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I want to Know if there is any tool that allow me to convert an RPG Free format program into a Fixed Format?? I have to install programs developed in Free format in a OS/400 4.4 and free format is only supported by 5.1 or later

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theres a software company called juggersoft that sells a little utility that does that,

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  • Alexa
    I checked JuggerSoft but they don't have a utility for that. They have RPG to /FREE Format STU (Source Translation Utility). I need the opposite.
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  • Cwc
    This may seem like an obvious question, but why hasn't that V4R4 system been upgraded to a more current release? IBM discontinued support for V4R4 years ago. I doubt there's much market demand for converting /Free back to fixed, so wouldn't expect there to be many utilities available, if any. Once people have had a tast of /Freedom, it's hard to go back. If you could find a V5R1 system, I wonder if the compiler would be able to compile the /Free source to the V4R4 release, so that you could just transfer the objects to the V4R4 system, as long as you didn't need the source on that system.
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