Stephen Powell created an extensive library of macros to extend the functionality of Assembler XF running under z/VM. He has made his library available for use by others who wish to assemble programs written for later architectures, but are limited to the public domain assemblers.
The macros are distributed free of charge, free of service, free of support, and free of liability. Use at your own risk. They come with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, including the implied warranties of merchantability and suitableness for a particular purpose, etc. You may do anything with them that you want, including addition, modification, deletion, redistribution, and incorporation into a derivative work. You may not, however, restrict what anyone else can do with them in any way. In other words, this is public domain material.
ADB CLGFI JO LZXR SETR ADBR CLGFR JP MAD SFPC AEB CLGR JXH MADB SG AEBR CLIY JXLE MADBR SGF AFI CLMH JZ MADR SGFR AG CLMY KDB MAE SGR AGF CLRCH KDBR MAEB SHY AGFI CLST KEB MAEBR SIE AGFR CLY KEBR MAER SIGA AGHI CMPSC KIMD MAY SLAG AGR CONCS KLMD MAYH SLB AHI CPYA KM MAYHR SLBG AHY CSCH KMAC MAYL SLBGR ALC CSG KMC MAYLR SLBR ALCG CSP KXBR MAYR SLFI ALCGR CSPG LAE MDB SLG ALCR CSY LAM MDBR SLGF ALFI CUSE LAMY MDE SLGFI ALG CUTFU LARL MDEB SLGFR ALGF CUUTF LASP MDEBR SLGR ALGFI CU12 LAY MDER SLLG ALGFR CU14 LB MEE SLY ALGR CU21 LBR MEEB SPCS ALY CU24 LCDBR MEEBR SQD AMODE CU41 LCEBR MEER SQDB AXBR CU42 LCGFR MGHI SQDBR AY CVBG LCGR MHI SQDR BAKR CVBY LCTLG ML SQE BAS CVDG LCXBR MLG SQEB BASR CVDY LCXR MLGR SQEBR BASSM CXBR LDE MLR SQER BCTG CXFBR LDEB MS SQXBR BCTGR CXFR LDEBR MSCH SQXR BRAS CXGBR LDER MSD SRAG BRASL CXGR LDXBR MSDB SRLG BRC CXR LDXR MSDBR SRNM BRCL CY LDY MSDR SRST BRCT DDB LEDBR MSE SRSTU BRCTG DDBR LEDR MSEB SSAIR BRE DEB LEXBR MSEBR SSAR BREL DEBR LEXR MSER SSCH BRH DIAG LEY MSG SSKE BRHL DIDBR LFPC MSGF STAM BRL DIEBR LG MSGFR STAMY BRLL DISCS LGB MSGR STCKE BRM DL LGBR MSR STCKF BRML DLG LGF MSTA STCMH BRNE DLGR LGFI MSY STCMY BRNEL DLR LGFR MVCDK STCPS BRNH DSG LGH MVCIN STCRW BRNHL DSGF LGHI MVCK STCTG BRNL DSGFR LGHR MVCLE STCY BRNLL DSGR LGR MVCLU STDY BRNM DXBR LHI MVCP STETR BRNML DXR LHR MVCS STEY BRNO EAR LHY MVCSK STFL BRNOL EFPC LLC MVIY STFLE BRNP EPAIR LLCR MVPG STFPC BRNPL EPAR LLGC MVST STG BRNZ EPSW LLGCR MXBR STHY BRNZL EREG LLGF MXDB STMG BRO EREGG LLGFR MXDBR STMH BROL ESAIR LLGH MY STMY BRP ESAR LLGHR MYH STPCS BRPL ESEA LLGT MYHR STPQ BRU ESTA LLGTR MYL STRAG BRUL FIDBR LLH MYLR STRV BRXH FIDR LLHR MYR STRVG BRXHG FIEBR LLIHF NG STRVH BRXLE FIER LLIHH NGR STSCH BRXLG FIXBR LLIHL NIHF STSI BRZ FIXR LLILF NIHH STURA BRZL FLOGR LLILH NIHL STURG BSA HSCH LLILL NILF STY BSG IAC LMD NILH STZP BSM ICMH LMG NILL SVS BXHG ICMY LMH NIY SXBR BXLEG ICY LMY NY SY CCW0 IDTE LNDBR OG SZP CCW1 IIHF LNEBR OGR TAM CDB IIHH LNGFR OIHF TAR CDBR IIHL LNGR OIHH TB CDFBR IILF LNXBR OIHL TBDR CDFR IILH LNXR OILF TBEDR CDGBR IILL LPDBR OILH TCDB CDGR IPM LPEBR OILL TCEB CDSG IPTE LPGFR OIY TCXB CDSY ISKE LPGR OY THDER CEB IUCV LPQ PALB THDR CEBR IVSK LPSWE PC TMH CEFBR J LPTEA PCF TMHH CEFR JAS LPXBR PGIN TMHL CEGBR JASL LPXR PGOUT TML CEGR JCT LRAG PKA TMLH CFC JE LRAY PKU TMLL CFDBR JH LRV PLO TMY CFDR JL LRVG PR TP CFEBR JLE LRVGR PT TPI CFER JLH LRVH PTFF TPROT CFI JLL LRVR PTI TPZI CFXBR JLM LT RCHP TRACE CFXR JLNE LTDBR RIO TRACG CG JLNH LTEBR RLL TRAP2 CGDBR JLNL LTG RLLG TRAP4 CGDR JLNM LTGFR RMODE TRE CGEBR JLNO LTGR RP TROO CGER JLNOP LTXBR RRBE TROT CGF JLNP LTXR RSCH TRTO CGFI JLNZ LURA SAC TRTR CGFR JLO LURAG SACF TRTT CGHI JLP LXD SAL TSCH CGR JLU LXDB SAM24 TVS CGXBR JLZ LXDBR SAM31 UNPKA CGXR JM LXDR SAM64 UNPKU CHI JNE LXE SAR UPT CHY JNH LXEB SCHM XG CKSM JNL LXEBR SCKPF XGR CLCLE JNM LXER SDB XIHF CLCLU JNO LXR SDBR XILF CLFI JNOP LY SEB XIY CLG JNP LZDR SEBR XSCH CLGF JNZ LZER SERVC XY
Download the archive from https://www.jaymoseley.com/hercules/downloads/archives/opcodes.zip [MD5: E046FA2D945FFCCF79145B3E821A082C].
The files contained in the archives are:
Download the archive, extract the
contents, and read/follow the instructions in opcodes3.txt.
Note for VM users: opcodes2.bin is a CMS MACLIB in a packed format. Transfer it to a CMS system as a fixed-length file with a record length of 1024 and a block size of 1024. Then use COPYFILE with the UNPACK option to convert it back to a MACLIB. For example:
COPYFILE OPCODES2 BIN A OPCODES MACLIB A ( UNPACK
Even though a MACLIB has fixed-length records, I packed it to avoid problems with the internal end-of-file indicators which separate members from causing problems when using OS copy methods, such as are used by MOVEFILE. Note that this MACLIB is in the newer LIBPDS format, rather than the older DMSLIB format. Very old versions of CMS may not understand this MACLIB format. In that case, I suggest they get the MVS job stream (opcodes1.bin) and write an EXEC to separate the members and build their own MACLIB in DMSLIB format.
I hope that you have found my instructions useful. If you have questions that I can answer to help expand upon my explanations and examples shown here, please don't hesitate to send them to me:
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