GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF PROGRAMS TO THE RSX/IAS SIG TAPE (Updated for Fall 1991 SIG Tape) Submissions may be made using any standard DEC tape copy utility. FLX (or EXCHANGE on VAX) DOS format at 1600BPI is the preferred format UNLESS you have a previously assigned UIC for the tapes. In that case, BRU

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GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF PROGRAMS TO THE RSX/IAS SIG TAPE


(Updated for Fall 1991 SIG Tape)



Submissions may be made using any standard DEC tape copy
utility. FLX


(or EXCHANGE on VAX) DOS format
at 1600BPI is the preferred format
UNLESS


you have a previously assigned UIC for the tapes. In that case, BRU
is the


recommended format, as long as all files are in your previously
assigned


UIC(s). If you make your submission on a

VAX, VMS Backup is the
preferred


submission format. Submissions may be at any density (800, 1600,
6250) but


1600 is preferred. Submissions on floppy or TU58 can be handled,
but not


in general during symposia. If your submission cont
ains files in a
format


which FLX will garbage, e.g. ISAM, or fixed
-
length records, please
contact


the Tape Copy Coordinator for a UIC assignment so that you can
use BRU.


Alternatively, place the files in a universal library and su
bmit
the .ULB


file (which FLX handles OK).


If a submission is prepared on a VAX, submit files in VMS
Backup.


Each UIC should contain a README.1ST file that describes the
contents


of that UIC. Submittors are encourage
d to include as much
documentation as


possible (in STANDARD RUNOFF if possible) and to use command
files where


possible. If you must submitt a DOC file that is the output of
RUNOFF make


sure you pass it through TECO (see below)

or FLX will put
extra


carriage
-
return line
-
feeds in it.


It will be GREATLY appreciated if you can label the UICs used
on the


tape with a sticky label. If you haven't an assigned UIC, please
use UICs


with group num
bers in the range 101
-
277 so there will not be
collisions


with assigned UICs. Remember that the stuff must be assigned a new
UIC if


your UIC isn't assigned, so you'll make life a lot easier for others
if you


don't make your programs U
IC dependent and if you make it easy to
copy to a


new account (or set of accounts) from whatever is on your tape.


Submittors MUST NOT supply any licensed software. Submissions
should


not contain listing files, map files, or task
image files where
these can


be recreated by any site. (Task images of programs that need
compilers not


all sites may have are OK.) If you must submit any of these,
please


indicate why. To keep the tape volume down please

submit only
source


modules if you can. Also submit a command file to assemble and task
build


the program. Make SURE all modules required by your
submission are


present. Watch out for those private libraries that contain a
n
object


module for which you didn't include the source.


If you are updating a program that was originally submitted
by you,


you should resubmit the entire program, not just the changes. You
should


also use the orginal

UIC you were asssigned. If you are updating a
program


that some else submitted, do NOT use the original submittor's UIC,
unless


you have made arrangements with the original submittor. Allocate a
new UIC


of your own and make a referen
ce to the original submittor's UIC,
as well


as the version/tape from which you started.


Please do not submit grab
-
bags of software which include
unmodified


versions of programs from previous tapes. That just makes
life

very


difficult for those people who are trying to make indices of the SIG
tapes,


as well as making the Symposium Tape longer than necessary.


Below you will find a list of submittors and their
current UIC


assignments.

When you bring software to the symposium meeting
please have


it in the proper UIC. If you do not have a UIC or wish to have
another one


please contact the Tape Copy Coordinator prior to the symposium.
You will


notice that Lugs have

been given UIC's of the form [nnn,*]. The
local LUG


Librarian is responsible for allocating the member UICS. For
example, if


you belong to CARTS (UIC 300,*) you should contact Ben Burch, not
the Tape


Copy Coordinator, for your UIC a
ssignment. Only those poor
unfortunate


souls who do not belong to a LUG need bother to call the
Tape Copy


Coordinator.


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If you
have a DOC file from RUNOFF to submit, please
apply the


following proceedure with TECO before putting the DOC file on
tape with


FLX.


>TEC filename.DOC


*ex$$ ($=<escape>)


>PIP filename.DOC/PU


>


This causes TECO remove the embedded carriage control from the
DOC file.


FLX does not understand embedded carriage control and it will put
extra


carriage
-
return, line
-
feeds in the DOC file which we cannot get out
at the


tape

copy site.


As an alternative to the above, use John Clement's version of
RUNOFF,


UIC [332,12] on the S83 or S84 tapes, with the /
-
CR switch to
output


records with implied rather than imbedded carriage control.



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THE CURRENT UIC ASSIGNMENTS FOR THE RSX/IAS SIG TAPE




70,* PASCAL (much better versions on the STRUCTURED


LANGUAGES SIG tape)


20
0,* P/OS SUBMISSIONS


250,* RAINBOW ETC. SUBMISSIONS


300,* CHICAGO LUG (CARTS) (Ben Burch)


301,* SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LUG (Jim Neeland)


301,050 Alan Frisbie


301,100 D. A. Truesdell


301,200 Bru
ce Prendergast


302,* SEATTLE LUG (Ray French)


303,* LOS ALAMOS LUG (Jim Harrison)


304,* MIDLANDS LUG (Robert Fairchild)


305,* COPEUS LUG (offical RUNOFF)


306,* SAND
IA LABS ????


307,* BAYLUG (Gary Maxwell)


307,110 G.S. Whittlesey


310,* TARLUG (Toronto) ????


311,1 AUSTIN LUG (Marge Knox)


311,not 1 LOS ALAMOS


31
2,* G. Everhart, G. Hoffing, R.J. Kirkman


312,375 Larry Finger (PortaCalc applications)


313,* OAK RIDGE (K. J. Cross)


314,* David Sykes (RATFOR) (Structured FORTRAN)


314,100 Dave Levan (Dayto
n, Ohio)


315,* DUKE UNIVERSITY (Henry Tumblin, Scott Wells)


316,* TECHNOLOGY, INC. (Paul Elliot)


317,* ST. LOUIS LUG (Michael Scott)


320,* NEW ORLEANS ????


321,* PHILADELPHIA L
UG (A. Gaughan)


321,5 William Kyle (DuPont)


321,100 Bob Uleski


322,* INDIANA LUG (Larry Dollens)


323,* PORTLAND LUG


324,* WRUG (Cleveland) (Douglas Fair)


325
,* DENVER LUG


326,* NORTH TEXAS LUG (Jeff Hamilton)


327,* SOUTH MAIMI LUG (Angel LI)


============================================================


330,* IAS SIG
-

IAS
-
SPECIFIC PROGRAMS ONLY



---------
please contact IAS SIG for ,nnn assignments
-------


============================================================


331,* STRUCTURED LANGUAGES SIG CONTRIBUTIONS


332,* HOUSTON LUG


332,12 John Clement

(Rice Univ.)


333,* Alan Watson


333,100
-
105 HANS JUNG


334,* Scott Snadow


335,* GREATER LANSING LUG (Hugh Gregg)


336,200 NETWORK contributions from DEC


336,300 John Covert (DEC)


337,20 Walter I. Levy


337,24 Gilbert DeLeeuw


337,30 Ken Demers


337,40 J.S. Toms


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337,50 Jim McGlinchey


337,60

Mark Goegelman (Johnson and Johnson Products)


337,100 Chuck Turley (DEC) RSX
-
11D accounting


337,110 Chuck Turley


337,120 Chuck Turley


337,140
-
170 Edward Dekker (Computer Corporation of America
)


337,200 Arthur T. McCLinton (MITRE CORP)


337,210 Denny J. Walthers (American McGaw)


340,* ASDARC LUG (Mark Johnson)


341,* MAINE LUG (John Guidi) (JACKSON LABS)


342,*

TECO versions from DEC (Andy Goldstein)


343,1 Robert A. Nance (Johnson Controls)


343,10
-
14 John Isakson (ZIMPRO, Inc.)


343,21
-
26 Paul D. Clayton (Republic Management Systems)


343,30 Bruce Mitc
hell (3M Engr. Syst. Technology)

_


343,36
-
37 Bruce Mitchell (3M Engr. Syst. Technology)

_


343,40 Peter Hunt
er (UC Davis)


343,41
-
42 Bruce Mitchell (3M Engr. Syst. Technology)

_


343,50
-
54 M. Eric Husby (Project Syst. Software &
Develop.)


343,60 Robert L.

Reed (Peterson A.F. Base)


343,70 Jack Harvey (National Data Systems)


343,100 RT/RSX Emulator Task


343,120 Jim Bostwick (Cargill, Minneapolis Minn.)


343,124
-
127 Peter Stadick (Cargi
ll, New Orleans, La.)


343,130 Mark Northrup (Miller, Milwaukee, Wis.)


344,* Jim Downward (CCL console command language,
etc.


from KMS FUSION)


345,* Dave Argue

(Atomic Energy of CANADA)


346,* Ralph Stamerjohn (Monsanto)


347,* H. L. Coleman


350,1
-
3 Harold Levy (APPLICON, Inc.)


350,30 Kerry Wyckoff


350,31 Ed Cetron (Univ
ersity of Utah)


350,34 Richard Newell


350,50 Kitty Bethe (Bankers Trust)


350,60
-
61 Ross Amann


350,100 Harold Levy (APPLICON, Inc.)


350,120
-
123 Dan Eisner (Perkin Elmer)



350,131 Al Bennett (Lear Siegler)


350,200 George Velez (Revlon Research)


350,240 Mike Drabicky (Rockwell, Richardson, TEX)


350,300 Paul Sorenson


350,340 Utah Power Light (Eddie
Fey)

_


351,1
-
7 Mike Pettengill (DEC)


351,20 Benson Ackerman


351,30 Brian Nelson


351,40
-
51 Dennis Costello


351,70
-
103 Vincent Graham ROBIN MILLER (Project Software)


_


351,110
-
111 J.F. Vibert (FRANCE)


351,120 Derek Franks


351,130 Barry Breen


351,140 Dan Sedlacek ( 40 Bellevue,Neb.)


351,142 Larry Finger


351,144
-
146 Thomas W
yant II (Richmond, Va.)


351,150 Scott Smith


351,160 Raymond Willis (Berea,Ky.)


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352,* NASA/GODDARD


353,* Robert K.
Stodola (Institute for Cancer Research)


354,* Steve Illenick (Republic Buildings, Corp.)


354,* Kansas LUGs


355,* Mike Blake
-
Knox


355,221
-
224 LILUG


355,100 Jerry Ethington


356,1
0 Carl Mickelson


356,20 E.F. Beadel


356,30
-
31 Bart Lederman


356,40 KERMIT (Columbia University)


356,50
-
51 Vince Perriello


356,60 Gordy Ross


356,70 Dennis Jensen


357,*

SEABOARD LUG (C.A. Ianniello)


(Mobil Oil, Toxicology)


360,* ARAP (Aeronautical Research of
Princeton)


361,* BATTEL NORTHWEST


362,* Bruce Mcnaughton

(DEC)


363,* DUKE UNIVERSITY


364,* Harry Atherton (University of Cincinnati Medical
Ctr)


365,* SRD of Files
-
11 working group
-

see also [352,4]


366,* CISCO (Robert Watson and Gar
y Siftar)


367,* John Wood


370,1 Mark Weston (City of Gainesville, FL)


370,10 Hal Hackney (Dallas TX)


370,11 John P. McGrath (Washington, DC)


370,20 L.M. Fraser,J. Shultz
(Maryland)


370,21 Don Rubin


370,30 Robert Grandle (NASA/LANGLEY MD)


370,37 David Corey


370,40
-
41 Marvin Brown


370,50 Gerry Pelletier (OTTAWA)


370,60 Wayne Dernoncourt (NAVAL

ORD Maryland)


370,70 Bob Abramson (DEC)


370,100 Richard Evans (BOSTON)


370,106 Jared Spool, John Dunning (Cambridge, MA)


370,110 Bruce Bernstein (General Electric, NY)


370,112 Gus
Altobello (Reuters, Hauppage, NY)


370,120 Stever Duff (Orange County CA)


370,130 Mike LeVine (China Lake CA)


370,140 Reb Burroughs (Fort Worth TX)


370,150 Kevin Angley

(Raleigh NC)


370,160 not used


370,170 Bob Rock (Northern Telecom NH)


370,200 Carl Zimmerman (Scott AFB, IL)


370,210 Rick Webster (Caterpillar Tractor IL)


370,220 B. Z. Leder
man (ITT World Communications NY)


370,230 Thomas Wyant (DuPont, Richmond VA)


370,340
-
344 Brian Nelson (U of Toledo OH)


370,350 George Cornelius (Mayo Clinic MN)


370,352 Steven Jobes

(Mayo Clinic)


370,360
-
61 Bob Awde (General Mills, Minneapolis MN)


370,364 C. Staase


370,365 Richard Neitzel (Rockwell, Golden, Colo.)


371,* Gerald Johnson (Battelle Northwest)



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372,* Bruce Montague (Brooks AFB)


373,* Phil Stephensen
-
Payne (Consourse Computer Center


LEEDS En
gland.)


373,100
-
140 Adrian Bottoms (UK RSX SIG)


374,* Bob Denny (Creative Systems Design)


374,100
-
140 Jim Bostwick (Cargill)


375,* Todd Little (SAI)


376,* DECUS Catalo
gue (Lars Palmer)


377,65 Dave Mischler




If this list contains any errors or omissions please
send a


correction as soon as possible to the RSX/IAS SIG Tape Copy
Coordinator.


Glenn

C. Everhart


GE Aerospace Technology


Everhart@Arisia.dnet.ge.com


Home address:


25 Sleigh Ride Rd.


Glen Mills PA 19342 USA



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