January 10, 2007
Jon Erickson posts some positive comments the release of D v1.0 on the Dr. Dobb's Blog Portal. And said that Walter deserves a pat on the back for his work on D. ( I know we all would agree totally with this comment. :) )

Here's the link: http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm l

David L.
January 10, 2007
David L. Davis wrote:
> Jon Erickson posts some positive comments the release of D v1.0 on
> the Dr. Dobb's Blog Portal. And said that Walter deserves a pat on
> the back for his work on D. ( I know we all would agree totally
> with this comment. :) )
> 
> Here's the link:
> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm
> l
> 
> David L.

Nice article.  It's great to see some genuinely positive press out there, even if it is a little light on the details. ;)

For those who are getting a 404, make sure you have that 'l' on the end of your link - it was wrapped and broken in my viewer (Thunderbird) as you can see above.

-- 
- EricAnderton at yahoo
January 10, 2007
Pragma wrote:
> David L. Davis wrote:
>> Jon Erickson posts some positive comments the release of D v1.0 on
>> the Dr. Dobb's Blog Portal. And said that Walter deserves a pat on
>> the back for his work on D. ( I know we all would agree totally
>> with this comment. :) )
>>
>> Here's the link:
>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.html
> 
> Nice article.  It's great to see some genuinely positive press out there, even if it is a little light on the details. ;)

Jon Erickson has always been supportive of D, and has always been very nice to me and easy to work with.
January 10, 2007

Walter Bright wrote:
> Pragma wrote:
>> David L. Davis wrote:
>>> Jon Erickson posts some positive comments the release of D v1.0 on
>>> the Dr. Dobb's Blog Portal. And said that Walter deserves a pat on
>>> the back for his work on D. ( I know we all would agree totally
>>> with this comment. :) )
>>>
>>> Here's the link:
>>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.html
>>
>> Nice article.  It's great to see some genuinely positive press out there, even if it is a little light on the details. ;)
> 
> Jon Erickson has always been supportive of D, and has always been very nice to me and easy to work with.

Jon Erickson .. man that name sounds very familiar .. where did I hear it before?
January 10, 2007
"David L. Davis" <SpottedTiger@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:eo3ff5$fom$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> Jon Erickson posts some positive comments the release of D v1.0 on the Dr. Dobb's Blog Portal. And said that Walter deserves a pat on the back for his work on D. ( I know we all would agree totally with this comment. :) )
>
> Here's the link: http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm l

I get a 404 and searching for the article doesn't yield anything.  :S


January 10, 2007
>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm l
> 
> I get a 404 and searching for the article doesn't yield anything.  :S
> 
> 
Use also the 'l' on the next line ;D
January 10, 2007
"Frank Benoit (keinfarbton)" <benoit@tionex.removethispart.de> wrote in message news:eo3s3n$1147$1@digitaldaemon.com...
>>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm l
>>
>> I get a 404 and searching for the article doesn't yield anything.  :S
>>
>>
> Use also the 'l' on the next line ;D

Stupid newsgroups!  :)


January 11, 2007
Jarrett Billingsley wrote:
> "Frank Benoit (keinfarbton)" <benoit@tionex.removethispart.de> wrote in message news:eo3s3n$1147$1@digitaldaemon.com...
>>>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm
>>>> l
>>> I get a 404 and searching for the article doesn't yield anything.  :S
>>>
>>>
>> Use also the 'l' on the next line ;D
> 
> Stupid newsgroups!  :) 

No. Stupid web-interface.

For example, RFC 3676 states:

"""If faced with such a word which exceeds 78 characters (but less than 998 characters, the [SMTP] limit on line length), the agent SHOULD send
the word as is and exceed the 78-character limit on line length."""

-- 
/Oskar
January 11, 2007
Oskar Linde wrote:
> Jarrett Billingsley wrote:
>> "Frank Benoit (keinfarbton)" <benoit@tionex.removethispart.de> wrote in message news:eo3s3n$1147$1@digitaldaemon.com...
>>>>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm
>>>>> l
>>>> I get a 404 and searching for the article doesn't yield anything.  :S
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Use also the 'l' on the next line ;D
>>
>> Stupid newsgroups!  :) 
> 
> No. Stupid web-interface.
> 
> For example, RFC 3676 states:
> 
> """If faced with such a word which exceeds 78 characters (but less than 998 characters, the [SMTP] limit on line length), the agent SHOULD send
> the word as is and exceed the 78-character limit on line length."""

For what it's worth, Thunderbird breaks up the link as well.  Drives me crazy.


Sean
January 12, 2007
Thunderbird line wrapping is configurable.
See Tools/Options.../Composition/General/Wrap plain text messages at _ characters.


Sean Kelly wrote:
> Oskar Linde wrote:
>> Jarrett Billingsley wrote:
>>> "Frank Benoit (keinfarbton)" <benoit@tionex.removethispart.de> wrote in message news:eo3s3n$1147$1@digitaldaemon.com...
>>>>>> http://www.ddj.com/blog/portal/archives/2007/01/ds_the_real_dea.htm
>>>>>> l
>>>>> I get a 404 and searching for the article doesn't yield anything.  :S
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Use also the 'l' on the next line ;D
>>>
>>> Stupid newsgroups!  :) 
>>
>> No. Stupid web-interface.
>>
>> For example, RFC 3676 states:
>>
>> """If faced with such a word which exceeds 78 characters (but less than 998 characters, the [SMTP] limit on line length), the agent SHOULD send
>> the word as is and exceed the 78-character limit on line length."""
> 
> For what it's worth, Thunderbird breaks up the link as well.  Drives me crazy.
> 
> 
> Sean
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