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At 01:01 PM 1/9/2004, Christopher Faylor you wrote:
>On Fri, Jan 09, 2004 at 11:50:03AM -0500, Larry Hall wrote:
>>So when you write some code that will cause a "bug", please do so in
>>such a way that it will always segv.
>As it turns out, the problems that people are having with Windows ME in
>recent cygwin snapshots are really SEGV problems, so I've been
>apparently inadvertantly following this maxim.
>Now, if only I could get Windows to tell me exactly where the bug is
>occurring that would be wonderful.
Well, actually fixing the bug is a "second tier" for me that I'm less
concerned about at the moment. If we can reach a point of consistency
and integrity with our bugs, that's a major accomplishment. Thanks for
helping us move toward that goal Chris! I'm sending you one "I keep my
bugs tidy" tee-shirt to welcome you into the Tidy-Bugs Club. Watch your
mail for it.
Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com
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