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Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

Posted Aug 12, 2011 21:24 UTC (Fri) by dlang (subscriber, #313)
Parent article: Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

so what is the one line that didn't change in the process? :-)


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Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

Posted Aug 12, 2011 21:38 UTC (Fri) by philipstorry (subscriber, #45926) [Link]

I have no idea.

But I'm guessing the smart money is on this one:
int main(void)

;-)

Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

Posted Aug 12, 2011 21:56 UTC (Fri) by dlang (subscriber, #313) [Link]

what, you mean it's not

}

? ;-)

it was just the stats of the initial commit being 60,896 lines and the diffstat showing 60,895 lines deleted made me wonder.

Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

Posted Aug 13, 2011 13:13 UTC (Sat) by krisis (guest, #70792) [Link]

Renaming files counts as lines deleted so my guess is that the "sole survivor" line is in the makefile.

Avoiding the OS abstraction trap

Posted Aug 14, 2011 2:20 UTC (Sun) by csamuel (✭ supporter ✭, #2624) [Link]

/* FIXME */

:-)


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