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TITLE RMS ; RMS entry vector definition
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; FACILITY: RMS
; RMSEVC provides an entry vector definition for RMS.EXE
; and RMSCOB.EXE. This is necessary for linking the
; RMS201.REL library into an .EXE file, because LINK v5.1
; no longer defines entry vectors with the /START switch.
; Note: The length of the RMS entry vector (normally 5)
; is here hardcoded rather than defined as an external.
; This is to work around a MACRO bug wherein MACRO refuses
; to make a proper entry vector definition when the left
; halfword is an external symbol.
; ENVIRONMENT: User mode, interrupts disabled, called by JSYS.
; AUTHOR: Ron Lusk , CREATION DATE: 14-Feb-83
; MODIFIED BY:
; Ron Lusk, 1-Jun-83
; 01 - Change global names
; Andy Nourse 5-aug-83
; 71 - Add copyright notice.
; Andy Nourse, 20-Sep-83
; 424 - Put copyright notice in never-neverland lowsegment.
; The high segment already has one.
; EQUATED SYMBOLS:
VCLENG==5 ; Work around MACRO bug
; EXTERNAL REFERENCES:
EXTERN RMS$EV ; Location defined in RMSDSP
; Add a copyright notice to .REL file
; It will go in the low segment, so it will go away. ;D424
COPYRIGHT (C) DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 1983, 1986.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
; Define the entry vector
END VCLENG,,RMS$EV ; End of Module RMS