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aaronl at vitelus.com
Mon Jul 31 19:37:21 PDT 2000
On Mon, Jul 31, 2000 at 05:54:37PM -0700, Michael Jennings wrote:
> On Tuesday, 01 August 2000, at 01:39:32 (+0100),
> Paul J Collins wrote:
> > Well, every journey starts from a known point. In the case of
> > Nautilus, Explorer and derivatives. In the case of EFM, the Amiga
> > Workbench.
> Indeed. Except that Explorer is icky. :-)
> > Frankly, the cost exacted by EFM (and E) for being different is too
> > high for my taste.
> That is of course a choice that only you can make. E isn't for
> everyone. Neither is EFM. Neither is Eterm, or GNOME, or KDE, or
> MacOS X, or Nick's mom. Well, okay, maybe Nick's mom. But not the
> > Maybe the numbers are fast to parse, but the cpp overhead has to be
> > factored in, too.
> The numbers thing was there before the cpp thing, IIRC. It was
> thought that the flexibility offered by cpp outweighed the slight
> speed hit, and since we were already going to pre-parse anyway, why
> pre-parse to text when you can pre-parse to numbers which parse
> > Frankly, I'd rather not. CPP hackery has never held much appeal for
> > me.
> Bah. I love macros. :-)
Oh shit, don't remind me of libmej....
Are there actually any functions in it?
> > Will I be able to give different themes to different windows?
> > No problem, we shall do so. Is he the guy with the hat?
> He has many hats. All of which are tall, multi-colored, and appealing
> only to drunks and Australians.
When I feel really horney and tune into his webcam he never is wearing
> I'm sorry, was that last bit redundant?
No, the idiots in Parlimant were suffering from an extreme lack of alcohol.
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