On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 10:29:07AM +0100, John P. Looney wrote:
| No. It's not. It's a bloody mess. It's not something you appreciate until
| you try to run a qmail box with 11000 domains. Then you know just how
| messy, nasty and horrid it is.
| It's inefficent, ridiculously hard to debug, messy, has files
| *everywhere*. And don't get me started on patching the code. It looks like
But at least the log files are clear and informative, right?
| something that was written in the early 1980s, before they invented the
| concept of a libc.
Um, the overriding feeling I get any time I come up against DJB-ware is
that he goes out of his way to do things differently to everybody else.
It gets _really_ effing old after a while.
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