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Re: Potential problems with cygwin GCC and -mno-cygwin switch
- From: Charles Wilson <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2002 21:40:57 -0500
- Subject: Re: Potential problems with cygwin GCC and -mno-cygwin switch
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Christopher Faylor wrote
> I've been reading the mingw mailing lists for a while and I really don't
> see anything like this. Most of the replies are very courteous.
> They don't seem to have anyone like me, for instance. :-)
Speaking of single-handedly destroying the open source movement, <G>,
check out the summary of last week's linux-kernel mailing list over here:
http://kt.zork.net/kernel-traffic/latest.html (Jan 7)
Talk about acrimony -- and that's between the core developers -- Rik van
Riel wrote the (old) VM, Al Viro is active in the virtual file system
layer, Andre' is the [lone] open source representative on the ATA
standards definition committee, and then of course there's Linus.
Some juicy quotes:
Which, btw, explains why I don't consider you a kernel maintainer, Rik,
and I don't tend to apply any patches at all from you.
[Linus,] please pass your crack pipe arounds so the rest of us idiots
can see your vision or lack of .. -- Andre' Hendrick
[to Andre']: I've long since noticed that we cannot communicate...If you
have patches, please talk to Jens, tell him what the issues are, and I
know I can communicate with him. -- Linus
And there was lots of complaining about the lack of "quality" of the
posts on lkml.
It ain't just cygwin@. And it ain't just cgf.
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