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The FUDGE command creates a library .REL file from a temporary
file generated by a previous COMPILE, LOAD, EXECUTE, or DEBUG
command string containing the /FUDGE switch. (See the TOPS-10
MAKLIB User's Guide and the TOPS-10 LINK Programmer's Reference
Manual for descriptions of library .REL files.)
The temporary file contains the library name and the list of .REL
files which were entered by the previous command's /FUDGE switch.
The FUDGE command runs PIP, which reads the list of .REL files
and the library file name from the temporary file. PIP then
copies the listed .REL files into the library file in the same
order that they are listed in the temporary file.
Unlike the COMPIL program's default action, the /FUDGE
switch combines files in the order that you list them
in the command line. The COMPIL program sorts files
by compilers. COMPIL sorts mixed FORTRAN and MACRO
programs so that all FORTRAN programs are compiled
first and MACRO programs second.
After you use the /FUDGE switch, you must issue the FUDGE command
before you issue any other command that runs PIP (for example,
TYPE and COPY). Otherwise, the library information in the
temporary file will be superseded by the information generated by
the other PIP command.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Runs the PIP program (at CCL offset).
Destroys your core image.
Compile the files PROG,NUMBER, and NUMB2.
Create a file named LIBRAR that contains the .REL files generated
by the COMPILE command.
A DIRECTORY command shows the files created less than an hour
ago, among them: LIBRAR.REL.
PROG REL 1 <055> dd-mmm-yy DSKC:[27,5055]
NUMBER REL 1 <055> dd-mmm-yy
NUMB2 REL 1 <055> dd-mmm-yy
LIBRAR REL 3 <055> dd-mmm-yy