DUMP-REENTRANT

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@DUMP-REENTRANT <subsystem name>, <start address>, <restart address>, <binary file>

Establish a subsystem as a reentrant subsystem.

<subsystem name> 
is the name of the subsystem.
<start address> 
(octal, default = 0) is the initial start address.
<restart address> 
(octal, default = 0) is the address where the program should be reentered by the @CONTINUE command.
<binary file> 
is a file containing the subsystem in the format made by the )BPUN command of the MAC assembler (default type = BPUN).

Rules:

  1. Permitted only for user SYSTEM.
  2. The command sets a protect flag ('ree-sub').

Example:

@COPY "MAC:BPUN", (PRO-1:F-U)MAC:BPUN

@DUMP-REENTRANT MAC, -1, -1, MAC

The subsystem MAC will be loaded to a segment and may now be started by @RECOVER MAC or @MAC.

Related commands

@DUMP

@DELETE-REENTRANT

@LIST-REENTRANT

References

Norsk Data Document ND–60.128.01 SINTRAN III REFERENCE MANUAL (printed June 1980), pages 1-68, 1-69

Norsk Data Document ND–60.174.Q01 SINTRAN III QUICK REFERENCE CARD