11S116 Symposium Collection from the RSX SIG, Fall 1991, Anaheim
Version: December 1991
Submitted by: Glenn C. Everhart, Ph.D.
Operating System: RSX-11D, RSX-11M, RSX-11M-PLUS Source Language: C,
MACRO-11, FORTRAN IV-PLUS Keywords: Symposia Tapes - RSX-11
Abstract: Symposium Tape from the RSX SIG, Fall 1991, Anaheim
consists of the following:
 TPC - Tape - Disk - Tape copier update.
Fixes register save bug in BIGTPC.
Submitted by Alan Frisbie.
 BRUSHELL.FOR is a Fortran shell for the
DECUS program BRUREAD. This is a Fortran
program for VAX/VMS 4.6 or later which
system services to manage BRUREAD. It may
be installed and used through the system DCL
tables or a user may do a SET COMMAND and
DCL tables or a user may do a SET COMMAND
and use it from a local directory. Program
BRUSHELL should be referred for configura-
tion parameters. The tape drive is set to
_MTA0: and should be set according to
individual requirements. INSTALL_BRUSHELL.COM
is an installation command file. BRUSHELL.CLD
is a command Line Definition file. Patch the
image statement as required. BRUSHELL.OBJ
is VAX/VMS Fortran 4.4 object. BRUSHELL.EXE
is VAX/VMS 4.6 executable from Bruce
 DIR.CMD is a command file to give the user
much more information about the contents of
a directiory file than can be obtained with
most other programs such as PIP or DIR. SDF
(SHOW DISK FRAGMENTATION) is a macro program
to give the user information about the
fragments on a disk. The output can be
directed to a file for storage for those
people who want to keep records of such
things. This program will not work for the
very large new disks such as the RA90.
 This is a reissue and update of the SIG Tape
Road Map by Annamaria Szentgali of DECUS
MUNCHEN, updated by Jan H. Belgraver of
DECUS Holland. It includes all known RSX tapes
(both Europe and US), plus Pascal SIG and
selected IAS and RT SIG tapes.
 This directory contains four papers - Favorite
RSX problems (DA115), RSX Indirect Command
Processor (as AT INTRO and AT_ADV), RMS
utilities for Non-RMS RSX users (DA120),
Session A practical introduction to RMS
 CRPADD: Cryptic Addition - V91.340 is a
program which solves cryptic addition
problems by a brute-force depth-first search.
In its current incarnation it will handle
problems of up to ten addends of up to sixty
digits each. The user is prompted for
number of addends, verification (useful
for large problems) whether or not all
solutions are desired, and whether a trace
of the logic is desired. Then the actual
addends and sum are requested (with a verify
pass if desired). Input is case_sensitive.
 BRUREAD, a BRU tape reader for VMS.
Submitted by Tom Wyant.
Media (Service Charge Code): 600' Magnetic Tape (MS) Format: BRU,
TK50 Tape Cartridge (TA) Format: BRU
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