It depends - mostly from the amount of time you are
willing to invest and how well is your understanding of
the program - especially if lot of device dependend
features and assembler commands used. Unfortunately
JAL error reporting is rudimentary and you will have
to spend a lot of time first simple making some simple
syntax changes and commenting some lines just to make
program to compile. THEN fun starts...
--- In email@example.com, "phtz01" <phtz01@...> wrote:
> I have a big prgm compiled with JAL 0.4.59
> Could I modify this prgm with an update JAL?
> Thanks a lot