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March 10, 2008
"D" annoyances
Take them as things to be fixed or deny their existence 

Either way I will post here the stupid things I find as I go through bits and pieces .
The best critic is the most schooled in the subject

Heres the first from a very poor explanation of rebuild on its website
8 	rebuild foo/foo.d -offood
9 	
10 	In this example, a program called fooD is compiled with the main source file
11 	being foo/foo.d.

http://www.dsource.org/projects/dsss/browser/trunk/rebuild/README
March 10, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Ty Tower wrote:
> Take them as things to be fixed or deny their existence 
> 
> Either way I will post here the stupid things I find as I go through bits and pieces .
> The best critic is the most schooled in the subject
> 
> Heres the first from a very poor explanation of rebuild on its website
> 8 	rebuild foo/foo.d -offood
> 9 	
> 10 	In this example, a program called fooD is compiled with the main source file
> 11 	being foo/foo.d.
> 
> http://www.dsource.org/projects/dsss/browser/trunk/rebuild/README

Why exactly do you think you are "the most schooled in this subject", 
and what exactly is "very poor" in above explanation? Please elaborate, 
"schooled".
March 10, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Alexander Panek wrote:
> Ty Tower wrote:
>> Take them as things to be fixed or deny their existence
>> Either way I will post here the stupid things I find as I go through
>> bits and pieces .
>> The best critic is the most schooled in the subject
>>
>> Heres the first from a very poor explanation of rebuild on its website
>> 8     rebuild foo/foo.d -offood
>> 9    
>> 10     In this example, a program called fooD is compiled with the
>> main source file
>> 11     being foo/foo.d.
>>
>> http://www.dsource.org/projects/dsss/browser/trunk/rebuild/README
>
> Why exactly do you think you are "the most schooled in this subject",
> and what exactly is "very poor" in above explanation? Please
> elaborate, "schooled".
I wouldn't waste time on him if I were you.
from all his posts to the NG it's evident that he's not a polite person,
and does not appreciate the work being done by the community and made
available free of charge. there's a saying -  "Never look a gift horse
in the mouth", which comes to mind.
if he didn't understand something, there's a proper way to ask questions
without insulting the people who worked hard to provide the software he
uses free of charge.
anyway, if he'll continue to pollute the environment and this NG, I'll
just add a filter to my newsreader. It takes less than a minute and it
really is time well spent. I suggest you do the same.
-- Yigal
March 10, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Yigal Chripun Wrote:

> ...from all his posts to the NG...
> ...and this NG, ...

i am very sorry, can enybody explain me, what is "NG"?
thanx.

sorry for offtopic
March 10, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
novice2 wrote:
> Yigal Chripun Wrote:
> 
>> ...from all his posts to the NG...
>> ...and this NG, ...
> 
> i am very sorry, can enybody explain me, what is "NG"?
> thanx.
> 
> sorry for offtopic

NewsGroup
March 10, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Ty Tower Wrote:

> Take them as things to be fixed or deny their existence 
> 
> Either way I will post here the stupid things I find as I go through bits and pieces .
> The best critic is the most schooled in the subject
> 
Here is another I have just made a change on

There is no note that I have found about Dsss /Rebuilds default action of rebuilding all files if the dsss.conf file is changed

http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?DSSS#section5
March 10, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Ty Tower Wrote:

> Take them as things to be fixed or deny their existence 
> 
> Either way I will post here the stupid things I find as I go through bits and pieces .
> The best critic is the most schooled in the subject

There is nowhere I have found that lists down what the completed file structur should look like  for  dsss  dmd or dwt. I am using Tango and I would like to compare my file structure to the official one .

Thats extra maintenance I suppose but surely this could be automated.
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Ty Tower Wrote:

> Take them as things to be fixed or deny their existence 
> 
> Either way I will post here the stupid things I find as I go through bits and pieces .
> The best critic is the most schooled in the subject

This one probably should go into dwt but should be here as well as it relates to the rebuild default action when the config file is changed

I attempted to dsss build the latest dwt-samples-200a229be5ca 

If something is wrong the compiler jumps out at that point , so a segment fault or compiler error stops compilation of all of the other files in the configuration file.
OK now thats not good if you have problems and this one did have .

So I # out the completed compiled files in dsss.conf and run it again.

It tells me that it is deleting files and lists all the files that it realy hasn;t got to yet so they are not compiled. It tells me it is deleting them anyway....inaccurate and silly

So that hasn't done me any time damage so on I go that way for about 4 more goes to get what will compile done so I can have a look at them.

Now what I really want to pass on to someone ,perhaps a new looker, is the following will not compile so don't expect them to if you are on Linux

dwtsnippets/opengl 
dwtsnippets/program
dwtsnippets/tray

dwtexamples/clipboard
dwtexamples/controlexample
dwtexamples/texteditor

user/dragdrop

Cheezy grins
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
== Quote from Ty Tower (tytower@hotmail.com.au)'s article

> There is nowhere I have found that lists down what the completed
> file structur should look like  for  dsss  dmd or dwt. I am using
> Tango and I would like to compare my file structure to the official
> one .

What's a "completed file structur"? Perhaps if you posted what your "completed
file structur" is, someone might give a suggestion of whether it looks right or
whether it could be improved.


>
> Thats extra maintenance I suppose but surely this could be
> automated.

Perhaps you would offer to write a program to automate this documentation.
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
jcc7 wrote:

> == Quote from Ty Tower (tytower@hotmail.com.au)'s article
> 
>> There is nowhere I have found that lists down what the completed
>> file structur should look like  for  dsss  dmd or dwt. I am using
>> Tango and I would like to compare my file structure to the official
>> one .
> 
> What's a "completed file structur"? Perhaps if you posted what your
> "completed file structur" is, someone might give a suggestion of
> whether it looks right or whether it could be improved.
> 
> 
>>
>> Thats extra maintenance I suppose but surely this could be
>> automated.
> 
> Perhaps you would offer to write a program to automate this
> documentation.
Dickhead
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