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TITLE MTRUSR - MOUNTR user utility interface
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SUBTTL Required files
SUBTTL Version Information
usrMAN==:0 ;Maintenance edit number
usrDEV==:3 ;Development edit number
VERSIN (usr) ;Gerate edit number
PRINTX [Assembling MTRusr]
SUBTTL Revision History
***** Release 5.0 -- Begin Development edits *****
1 gco 5.1015 4-march-83
Create module so that user code can be supported by
providing hooks into Mountr.
2 gco 5.1016 4-march-83
Add routine U%BPAS so that user sites can add code to bypass
bypass restictions according to individual needs.
3 gco 5.1039 29-Sep-83
The development edit number was not incremented in the previous edit.
\ ;End of Revision History
SUBTTL Table of contents
; TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR MTRUSR
; This module contains user (customer) exit code. By putting all
; customer modifications in this module, changes to supported
; MOUNTR modules will be minimized. Each routine has a
; description of the calling sequences, the ACs available and when
; they are called. An attempt
; was made to provide calls to MTRUSR from places in MOUNTR where
; the customer would be most likely to make local modifications.
; Please do not take this as a commitment on DEC's part to provide
; subroutine calls in every major MOUNTR routine. This module is
; completely unsupported. Any suggestions to improve it's
; usefulness will be accepted, but do not expect all suggestions
; to be implemented.
Subttl LABELS - Bypass option
; Label bypass code to be called when the /label-type:bypass
; switch is used.
; ACs setup:
; AC usage:
; Return: +1 - Allow Bypass (RET)
; +2 - Deny Bypass (RETSKP) - default
U$BPAS:: RETSKP ;Deny Bypass