Technical Landscape2018-11-22T15:15:04+00:00

A Renewed Concept

Raincode Legacy Compilers were designed from the ground up as legacy compilers, as opposed to development compilers, in recognition of the fact that they will be used far more often to compile existing portfolios than newly developed code.

The only industrial standard COBOL compiler for .NET and .NET Core. Runs your IBM legacy code on .NET or .NET Core

The Raincode PL/I Compiler for .NET and .NET Core support IBM mainframe syntax, data types and behavior

Raincode ASM370

The Raincode ASM370 compiler for .NET and .NET Core allows you to port, maintain and even debug your assembler code on .NET and .NET Core environment

The JCL Interpreter is aimed at making the transition to the .NET platform as smooth and as painless as possible

Raincode CICS is an emulator for .NET and Azure platforms. It is the ideal companion for the Raincode COBOL compiler and the Raincode PL/I compiler.

The Raincode TIALAA Compiler supports AppBuilder raw language in its current form (rules, sets, views) and compiles and deploys it without any additional proprietary component.

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SQL and CICS Support

Embedded SQL and CICS statements recognized at the compiler level, without requiring an external precompiler

SORT Utility

Raincode Legacy Compilers include a DFSORT-compatible sort utility. It can be used to port complex mainframe batch jobs to the .NET and Azure platforms.

Bugs Emulation

Raincode Legacy Compilers are aimed at making the transition to the .NET platform as smooth and as painless as possible.

.NET Integration

Legacy software applications must be able to evolve in a modern environment like the .NET framework.

Visual Studio Integration

The Raincode Legacy Compilers are fully integrated in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017 development environment.

The Repository

The repository describes various artifacts found in the source code.

PL/I Unlikely Constructs

PL/I is a versatile language, where the level of ambiguity is such that actual bugs may go unnoticed because the compiler accepts the input

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