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Does anybody know of replacements for Compuware Products?

Check out the list at in the Migrations section.

You might also be interested in the S/390 ISV software asset management mailing list that you can sign up for at

Help, I'm running the old unsupported COPY/LIST/MERGE IBM TSO commands. Are there supported versions?

Yes, Applied Software sells a product called the TSO Superset Utilities which include these and other TSO command processors.

What SPF editors are available for Windows, Linux, etc.?

See Dave's SPF editor page.

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