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MACSYM is a file containing macro definitions and object-time support
code which implement a number of useful machine-language coding
facilities used in the monitor and system program sources. These
facilities include variable naming and storage conventions and data
structure techniques similar in principle to capabilities found in
some implementation languages.
MACSYM is not an executable program. It may be assembled by and used
with MACRO version 52.
MACSYM requires MONSYM.UNV for assembly and use.
2.0 EXTERNAL CHANGES
1. The FLDDB. macro was moved from MONSYM to MACSYM
2. The FLDBK. and BRMSK. macros were added
3.0 KNOWN BUGS AND DEFICIENCIES
There are no known bugs or deficiencies in MACSYM.
4.0 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.1 Files Needed for MACSYM Use
MACSYM.UNV - Universal file for MACRO assemblies
MACREL.REL - Object-time support routines.
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4.2 Instructions for Loading and Installing MACSYM
Mount the tape labeled Installation Tape on MTA0: and type the
RESTORE <*>MACSYM.* (TO) SYS:*.*.-1,<*>MACREL.* (TO)
4.3 Files Need to Build MACSYM
In addition, the following file must be on SYS:
4.4 Instructions for Building MACSYM
Mount the tape labeled Distribution Tape on MTA0: and type the
RESTORE <*>*.*.* (TO) <self>*.*.*
Once the batch job has successfully completed, the files MACSYM.UNV
and MACREL.REL should be copied into SYS:.
4.5 Special Considerations
MACSYM is not an executable program. Hence, there is no .EXE file of
it ever created.
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5.0 INTERNAL CHANGES
1. The symbol Z was removed from the FLDDB. macro
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