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jerryte

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:37 pm    Post subject: LISTIDR compiled date/time
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The AMBLIST utility can be used to list the IDR information about csects in a load module. This includes the date it was compiled. It does not list the time of the compile even though this information exists inside the csect. The report has a heading for the "TIME". I checked the manual but could not find a way to do this.

Is there another utility that can list the compiled date and time?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:14 am    Post subject:
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Compile time is not in IDR data in a load module. The only time value in IDR data is the link time for a load module / program object built by the Binder. AMBLIST knows nothing about a compile time in text data constructed by some compilers.
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Compile time is not in IDR data in a load module. The only time value in IDR data is the link time for a load module / program object built by the Binder. AMBLIST knows nothing about a compile time in text data constructed by some compilers.

When I browse the load module I can see the start of the csect followed by the date & time it was compiled. Is this part of the ADATA? Is there a utility to extract this?
Appreciate your help
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jerryte wrote:

When I browse the load module I can see the start of the csect followed by the date & time it was compiled. Is this part of the ADATA? Is there a utility to extract this?
Appreciate your help

No. Most IDR data is built by the language processor and stored by the Binder as binary data at the start of the load module. The data you are seeing is built by the compiler and stored as part of the text of the load module. There is no standard for this text. I do not know of any program that locates and displays this text.
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