Tue Jul 24 13:36:02 2001
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On Mon, Jul 23, 2001 at 09:50:17PM -0400, Anthony E. Greene wrote:
> That is ridiculous. No two randomly chosen machines will produce the
> same binary. There are too many compiler options and environmental
> variables to expect a perfect match.
between this and his comments about the gpl, i'd be a bit wary to try
anything written by imad. for the compiler issue it's pretty much true
for many systems that code compiled even on the same machine can produce
different binaries for the same source. in addition, although i can't
find a reference, i remember reports that visual c++ can include garbage
data in generated binaries.
running around spreading fud about others work to boost your own is the
sign of a developer with little confidence in their own work.
firstname.lastname@example.org simple four line sigs -
fork()'ed on 37058400 bandwidth friendly; nice to do.
meatspace place: home some admins clueless.
http://suberic.net/~kevin --netiquette haiku 2001
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