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Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Mon Nov 14 11:08:29 CET 2011
> Wow - for someone claiming not to know C++ (did you, actually?) you're
> incredibly apt!
I'd love to learn it, but I seem to learn by intensive immersion
initially, and seem never to have a block of time long enough to get
into it at the moment.
So at the moment it just passive recall from when I hunted through it
trying to extract information for the TwScript Api.
> Anyway, this was changed in r949. In addition, I added an empty "subject"
> (which shouldn't hurt), improved the body text (to avoid directly rubbing
> "Instructions" in everyone's face), and replaced "\n" by "\r\n" on Windows
> (maybe that helps with the missing line breaks I've seen a couple of times
> around here).
You've got it all well sussed sounds great.
Just tried r950 Windows Xp seems really good
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