The womb keeper is a primordial program that successively calls several programs.
To get the womb keeper to call your program you must add it to a list in the item space file GNOSIS ASSEMBLE. The list is a series of invocations of the macro WOMB. Look at the first few lines of the definition of the WOMB macro to see how to use it.
The use of the WOMB macro is as follows:
Key word parameters to WOMB are as follows:
KEY4= and KEY5= allow the coder of the WOMB macro to provide
keys to his program. These keys will appear in slots 4 or
5. A fetch key for slot 5 would be coded as
KEY5=(NKEY,FETCHKEY,0,designatednode). See (assemitem) for designating keys.
Order code 1: As above, but also the second returned key is placed in the next slot of a node labeled PRIVSTUFF. (This node will contain keys not available to general programs.)
Order codes 2 and 3: like 0 and 1 respectively, except the first returned key is ignored and no slot in the supplementary facilities node is used.