About GPC's support of func/proc
nsantos at sexmagnet.com
Sun Feb 29 03:34:36 CET 2004
Frank Heckenbach wrote:
>> quoted an e-mail from a CBFalconer that I don't seem to have received.
> Maybe somethihng like this?
No, not really; my spam protection consists entirely of the Bayesian
system in Mozilla. And besides, the only real spam I get annoyed with
are those non-topic-related posts in the mailing lists I subscribe to. :)
> Otherwise there might have been a (temporary?) mail transport
> problem. You can always use the archives. If there seems to be a
Could be. Either that, or Mozilla tagged CBFalconer's message as Junk
and forgot to tell me about it. There's some mystic voodoo stuff
involved in making SeaMonkey behave under GNU/Linux, it seems.
> You figured it out already. Actually you can omit `Self.' (within
> often happens within a `with' clause with an object of the same or
> "similar" type).
Ah. I have to remember that.
>> RTFM'ing wasn't much help (`Self' is still under construction), and
> The incomplete reference manual is one of the biggest "bugs"
> currently. If you like to help, any contribution is welcome.
I would, and I do. But right there are some things that's further up my
To-Do list, if you take my meaning.
Thanks again. :)
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