On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 5:53 PM, Timwi <timwi(at)gmx(dot)net> wrote:
> On 27/05/2011 16:47, Dave Page wrote:
>> Using an extremely popular source control system is a hoop to jump
> Yes. Mostly because it is crap and unusable (its popularity has no effect on
> that), but also because even the best source-control system is a bigger hoop
> than a simple “download source zipped” link. Hosting the code on github
> would give you that for free and you can still use your beloved
> source-control system...
Wow. Just wow.
>> Will we offer assistance to people who want to spend their time on
>> making other compilers work? Yes.
> Like I said, I did get a message from someone who offered assistence. But
> that message didn’t come from you. From you I got only “Try VC++ 2008.”
Well you were asking how to compile the code, not how to add support
for a new compiler.
> I’ll stop discussing this now because it’s pointless.
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