#I don't mind being interviewed... I just hope you know that the Free
#Software Survey that was conducted recently was highly biased, and
#that I didn't contribute to those 267 projects individually. Rather,
#they each included libtool as a part of their distribution, which I
#In reality, I've contributed to about 10 projects.
ok, ok, so you didn't contribute to that many. but libtool... wow, the
sheer annoyance and frustration built up in that package must be as hard
as 267 projects. just getting shared libs working across unicies,
across compilers, and across linkers. ugh. so the sheer amount of bug
reports, patches, dead ends, etc that you must have gone through
justifies this question:
c'mon, be honest - you type with your hands and feet don't you?
seriously, how do you deal with all the different systems? and does
libtool support c++ yet?
kevin at suberic.net "we were goin' for breakfast. in canada. we
fork()'ed on 37058400 made a deal: if she'd stop hookin', i'd stop
meatspace place: home shootin' people. maybe we were aiming high."
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