WebKit seems to use them.
WebKit seems to use them.
"can't easily reproduce"
[link] easily reproduced.
Acceptance is a different story. That tetris makes a compelling model for a game designer. It should also be compelling for a project manager. Sure it's only Safari, Mozilla, Opera and Chrome at this point but there is hope.
Google "HTML 5 games".
This uses the Quicktime libraries, for those what are interested.
And I promise I will check my comments for typos a bit more carefully. changed=changes, fist=first.
Why would any distro put itself in that position? And wouldn't the non-GPL nature of the project alone prevent that?
I know don't feed the trolls, but I just wanted to pass along a Happy Holidays to this one. Sheesh.
Miguel, I have the choice of running VS 2008 (full version) in VMware or running Mono to do my work. The VMWare route is a pig on resources and is basically unusable for everything but the simplest of changed. I am very much enjoying using Mono. Yes, I am
I really appreciate the work.
"P.S. Yes, C# being better than Java is personal opinion."
No, it isn't. C# is better than Java in every way. Well- alright, at least the ones you carefully list. I'll add that doing things one way instead of Java's myriad of (frequently inane) implementations is very relaxing when starting out on something new or when inheriting code from someone else.
Actually they are quite good I find. Some chefs will reveal their steps, some will not (regardless of their abilities). At no time should they be compelled to do so by an agreement written on the packaging of one of the ingredients or one of the processes used to create the final product.
"When he augments the ancient recipe with the GPL'd technique of poaching eggs."
All the techniques are all out in the open as stated. And as long as the GPL/implementation for poaching eggs remains intact- the recipe can still remain private and violates no license agreement.
GWT is bad? Please elaborate. I have had 0 problems with it. No forced targeting and things seem to work from FF to Opera to Chrome- if you do it right.
Wave never once crashed on me in FF or Safari.
Well- let's continue with the cooking metaphor. Leave the pig out it for a second.
Let's say the chicken has a great hand me down recipe from his great grand chicken. They implement that recipe and the restaurant's success is overwhelming based on that recipe. The chicken then decides to divulge everything about the technique used to create the dish- but not the actual recipe.
Why in, any environment, should the chicken be forced to reveal that recipe?
There is nothing tin foil about it. Advertising is manipulation. *I* find that offensive. So do many other people. Note the prevalence and download numbers of ad blockers. I make a concerted effort every day to avoid ads. There is no PS3 ad blocker. No choice if the user wants to be advertised to or not. Offensive. And no it's not just this title or this console.
Tired. Back to work.
Was going to buy. Now not. It reminds me of double taxation- pay once and pay some more. But there is no constitution protecting us from advertisers.
Thanks for this. Though I am looking for it's modern invocation. But the book should give me a clue.
Truly simple systems... require infinite testing. -- Norman Augustine