From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-08 00:57:43
Deane Yang wrote:
> David Abrahams wrote:
>> on Sat Oct 06 2007, Vladimir Prus <ghost-AT-cs.msu.su> wrote:
>>> David Abrahams wrote:
>>>>> , and they using those words in argument?
>>>> This person actually said something more blunt, like, "now Volodya
>>>> says he doesn't want to support VC++". My memory of the conversation
>>>> isn't perfect, but I think it went something like that.
>>> So, you're trying to make an argument based on your conversation with
>>> anonymous person, where "your memory of the conversation isnt't
>>> perfect". How is anybody supposed to separate actual argument made by
>>> that person, from the interpretation made by youself?
> I have to say that I had developed the same (apparently mistaken)
> impression as the anonymous person cited by Dave. So I went back to find
> the message that created this impression:
> In particular, the last sentence:
> > Yeah. I'd actually be happy for somebody to adopt msvc, but nobody
> > steps in and msvc is not a platform we can afford not to support :-)
> If our impressions are mistaken, I suggest that a clarification might be
> called for.
Ok, if we remove ":-)" and the half-serious part qualified by ":-)", we'll get
msvc is important target and is fully support. Help with msvc will be surely
appreciated, especially in things like 64-bit support.
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