| From: Richard Eibrand <richard at eibrand.net>
| Date: Fri, 02 Jan 2004 15:09:28 -0000
| [... somewho (not Richard!) who does not know what a backup is,
| does not use versioning tools/storage, and apparently deliberately
| turns off edtior auto-backups ] inadvertantly mixed up his command
| line call to g++, and passed an old object file as the source code,
| and the source code file as the -o output name. [ ... ]
was s\he testing her/his `Makefile' for the first time,
or does s\he also not use make(1)? i.e., _why_ manually
type such commands (other than in unimportant one-offs)?
geesh (and good luck! and merry years), cheers!
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