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Re: RE: Encoding charset of HTTP Basic Authentication

  • From: John Cowan <cowan@mercury.ccil.org>
  • To: Peter Flynn <peter@silmaril.ie>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2012 16:57:59 -0500

Re:  RE: Encoding charset of HTTP Basic Authentication
Peter Flynn scripsit:

> Unix as it was certainly never would have:fragmented, expensive, and  
> laughably incompatible with everything except itself. And fat and  
> self-centred and complacent: they never saw Linux coming.

Modern BSDs are the Unixes that got it right (even if they've fragmented
as well); Linux is the Unix that succeeded.  As an old Unix weenie, I use
any or all of them (Solaris too), without worrying about fragmentation.
Right now, the Unix I use most is Cygwin.

-- 
My confusion is rapidly waxing          John Cowan
For XML Schema's too taxing:            cowan@ccil.org
    I'd use DTDs                        http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
    If they had local trees --
I think I best switch to RELAX NG.


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