Let’s ‘C’ again

The previous blog posts Let’s ‘C’ and Lets ‘C’ more looked at building a couple of service programs, this post is going to take some of that functionality and use it in a program.One of […]

Let’s ‘C’ more..

OK so if you have been following from the previous post and would like to take it to the next step here it is.┬áThis post is going to complement the last so if you have […]

Let’s ‘C’

I have been programming ‘C’ on the IBM i for many years in total deference to RPG. I have had to delve into RPG a couple of times to help out at a couple of […]

New HA4i Multi-Node Product moving along

Many people have asked for a version of our HA4i product which would support multiple replication paths (‘one to many’ and ‘many to one’ etc) but we have been avoiding that until now! We are […]

Working with OSSILE,Rdi,IProjects and git.

I was surprised on a recent Crowdcast from the OSSILE group to hear that in order to use git you had to migrate your source code to IFS based files? Having developed a lot of […]

Netbeans remote support working!

As promised, I have now managed to get the initial build of a C program on the IBM i using the remote build support provided by NetBeans. See my previous posting to see how I […]

Netbeans Remote Build support for IBM i Open Source Builds

I had recently put in a request to have GCC remote build added to the IDE (RDi or Orion if Orion ever gets compile capabilities) to allow developers to develop PASE based Open Source on […]

Need your Votes

I have just added and RFE to the IBM website suggesting that they add support for the GCC compiler to the RDi development IDE and would appreciate your support in voting for it.The RDi environment […]

Zip tools for IBM i added to Open Source repository

We have added ZLIB which is an Open Source Zip/Unzip suite for IBM i to the Git Hub Repository at https://github.com/ChrisHird/ZLIB . The source is not ours but has been modified to allow it to […]

Utilities aimed at IBMi journal management

Lots of code we develop can be multi purposed and used to develop simple yet effective tools to allow users to better handle some of the complexities that technology such as journalling brings with it. […]