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March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Ty Tower wrote:
> 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

Does anybody know of a killfile feature or plugin for Thunderbird?

Any ideas highly appreciated. I need it kinda urgently (preferably before Ty posts again).

--downs
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Reply to Downs,

> Does anybody know of a killfile feature or plugin for Thunderbird?
> 
> Any ideas highly appreciated. I need it kinda urgently (preferably
> before Ty posts again).
> 
> --downs
> 

tools-> "message filters" might work
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
downs Wrote:

> Ty Tower wrote:
> > 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
> 
> Does anybody know of a killfile feature or plugin for Thunderbird?
> 
> Any ideas highly appreciated. I need it kinda urgently (preferably before Ty posts again).
> 
>  --downs
Aaaargh    Too Late
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances (OT)
BCS wrote:
> Reply to Downs,
> 
>> Does anybody know of a killfile feature or plugin for Thunderbird?
>>
>> Any ideas highly appreciated. I need it kinda urgently (preferably
>> before Ty posts again).
>>
>> --downs
>>
> 
> tools-> "message filters" might work
> 
> 

I can't seem to apply message filters to NNTP server folders.

Am I missing something?
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances (OT)
Reply to Downs,

> BCS wrote:
> 
>> Reply to Downs,
>> 
>>> Does anybody know of a killfile feature or plugin for Thunderbird?
>>> 
>>> Any ideas highly appreciated. I need it kinda urgently (preferably
>>> before Ty posts again).
>>> 
>>> --downs
>>> 
>> tools-> "message filters" might work
>> 
> I can't seem to apply message filters to NNTP server folders.
> 
> Am I missing something?
> 

Pro'ly not. I've never tried it. I use Omea from jetbrains and It seems to 
have good filtering (I just set it up to ignore Ty so well see how good it 
is) and also does a better job of archiving posts for offline viewing.
March 11, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 6:37 PM, Tourettes Tower <tytower@hotmail.com.au> wrote:
>
> 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
>

As the only non-contributing, continuously abusive person in the
community, wouldn't the dickhead here be you? You can feel free to
ignore others' pleas to calm down, but be aware that in the end the
only person you're hurting is yourself. Particularly, you may find it
appealing to tear your own hair out when it comes time to look for a
job when you grow up, as your prospective employer finds some of these
posts on Google. But you won't understand that either, people like you
are only capable of learning by bashing their own heads against the
wall.

Good luck,


David.
March 12, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
downs, el 11 de marzo a las 21:02 me escribiste:
> Ty Tower wrote:
> > 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
> 
> Does anybody know of a killfile feature or plugin for Thunderbird?
> 
> Any ideas highly appreciated. I need it kinda urgently (preferably before Ty posts again).

It's as simple as start NOT responding the posts.

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March 15, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
David Wilson Wrote:

> As the only non-contributing, continuously abusive person in the
> community, wouldn't the dickhead here be you? You can feel free to
> ignore others' pleas to calm down, but be aware that in the end the
> only person you're hurting is yourself. Particularly, you may find it
> appealing to tear your own hair out when it comes time to look for a
> job when you grow up, as your prospective employer finds some of these
> posts on Google. But you won't understand that either, people like you
> are only capable of learning by bashing their own heads against the
> wall.
> 
> Good luck,
> 
> 
> David.

You are an assuming fool. I am contributing whether you reallise it or not . I assure you I am calm and considerate until someone throws abuse at me or trys to tell me what to do.
Then I will tell you and all others who act like you to go fuck yourself. 

I am not likely to need a job . I do not need money and I have no need to be Mr Personality. I am here to learn and will do so despite any cry of outrage from the likes of you.  I also have no need of luck . If the whim takes me I could come look you up tomorrow. No problem.
March 15, 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


Another
The output does not recognise "C" nor "alignment" ?
Your lookers should not have to go delving to find out why, it needs to just work.

[tytower@linuxbox text]$ formatspec
I have {unknown format 'C'} in cash.
Avogadro's number is 6.02e+23.
Avogadro's number (with alignment) is 6.02e+23.


This is the example program which also appears in the tango book
/**

 Example showing how to use format specifier components in a format string's 
 argument.

 Put into public domain by Lars Ivar Igesund

*/

import tango.io.Stdout;

void main(){
   double avogadros = 6.0221415e23;
   Stdout.formatln("I have {0:C} in cash.", 100);
   Stdout.formatln("Avogadro's number is {0:E}.", avogadros);
   Stdout.formatln("Avogadro's number (with alignment) is {0,4:E}.", avogadros);
}
March 15, 2008
Re: "D" annoyances
Ty Tower 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
> 
> 
> Another
> The output does not recognise "C" nor "alignment" ?
>  Your lookers should not have to go delving to find out why, it needs to just work.
>  
> [tytower@linuxbox text]$ formatspec
> I have {unknown format 'C'} in cash.
> Avogadro's number is 6.02e+23.
> Avogadro's number (with alignment) is 6.02e+23.
> 
> 
> This is the example program which also appears in the tango book
> /**
> 
>   Example showing how to use format specifier components in a format string's 
>   argument.
> 
>   Put into public domain by Lars Ivar Igesund
> 
> */
> 
> import tango.io.Stdout;
> 
> void main(){
>     double avogadros = 6.0221415e23;
>     Stdout.formatln("I have {0:C} in cash.", 100);
>     Stdout.formatln("Avogadro's number is {0:E}.", avogadros);
>     Stdout.formatln("Avogadro's number (with alignment) is {0,4:E}.", avogadros);
> }
> 


The debug section in the library file gives a debug function which I extracted ,changed and ran . It works OK

import tango.io.Console;
import tango.text.convert.Layout;

void main ()
{
               auto layout = new Layout!(char);

               layout.sprint (new char[3], "hi");
               Cout (layout ("{:d2}", 56)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("{:f4}", 0.001)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("{:f8}", 3.14159)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("{:e20}", 0.001)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("{:e4}", 0.0000001)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("ptr:{}", &layout)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("{:C}}", 4.456789)).newline;
               Cout (layout ("{:c}}", 4.456789)).newline;
               
               struct S
{
                  char[] toString () {return "foo";}      
}

               S s;
               Cout (layout ("struct: {}", s)).newline;
}

/*Output of this is OK -I added ":C" liness to the tango library file it wasn't there

[tytower@linuxbox Desktop]$ TestLayout
56
0.0010
3.14159000
0.10000000000000000000e-02
0.1000e-06
ptr:bfc6a008
4.46}
4.46}
struct: foo
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