Q48869: Long TMP Environment Variable Causes L1089
Article: Q48869 Product(s): See article Version(s): 5.03 | 5.03 Operating System(s): MS-DOS | OS/2 Keyword(s): ENDUSER | h_fortran | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 6-DEC-1989 L1089 occurs when the LINK Utility Version 5.03 is called from FORTRAN Version 5.00 and the TMP environment variable is set to a long pathname. Normal troubleshooting indicates that the TMP variable is corrupt, but this is not the case. It seems that the temporary filename is being truncated. The following sequence produces the error if the subdirectory D:\COMPILER\FORTRAN5\TMP\ already exists: SET TMP=d:\compiler\fortran5\tmp fl sieve.for LINK : fatal error L1089: D:\COMPILER\FORTRAN5\TMP\000054l : cannot open response file This problem occurs in FORTRAN 5.00 and Link 5.03.
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