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I thought ePie had a few problems, bits of apple kept disappearing, it was the one of the new worms.Originally Posted by gcn_zelda
WorkStation(new, a month ago):
Sony Vaio i686 Desktop
2.60 GIGhz Intel Pentium 4(HT)
512Mb DDR RAM
800MHz Front Side Bus!
120 GIG IDE HardDrive
Matrox G400 Dual-Head
Linux kernel 2.6.3
Modified Slackware 9.1
Simultaneous Multiple Processes
>it really depends on what oven you use to compile your cake i suppose, if you use a really powerful one, your cake is going to be über optimized but dissasembly may prove difficlt. if you use a not very powerful one on the otherhand, your cake is going to be falling apart with debug information bubbles everywhere making a flimsy cake.
I think the oven is more like a Linker. I'd say the mixer which mixes all the ingredients in a bowl is the compiler.
OS: Windows XP
Compilers: MinGW (Code::Blocks), BCB 5
This may come as a surprise to some, but I like stuff. Yeah, I admit it. I especially like stuff that's been branded for my beliefs like those cool Veggie Tales that put the Bible in a form even I can understand. Oh, and Christian rock...so much better than the devil-worshipping alternative and that Jezebelle named Britney Spears.
I am a programmer. My first duty is to God, then to nation, then to employer, then to family, then to friends, then to computer, and finally to myself. I code with dignity, honor, and integrity.
how the heck did you change the topic from food, cake, and pie to Veggie Tales, Britney Spears, and Christian Rock...
of course i do, I just dont see the resemblance between Britney Spears and God
Originally Posted by whackaxe
Yes!! Linus invented it while at college. wait....forget that, it seems he stole the idea from someone else I think his name was mitcnick.....so many cakes....