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Subject: Mozilla. Re: Netscape Support for XSL - client vs server rant
From: Paul Tchistopolskii <paul@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 21:06:32 -0700
server ran

> Having to follow Mozilla's guidelines for portable C++, the porting
> turned out to be a difficult task. I couldn't use the STL which is
> poorly supported

What do you mean? Have you tried STLport ( www.stlport.org ) or 
you are saying STLport is not supported ( and BTW STLport 
project  is free ) ? 

If you have tried STLport - I'l like to know what in particular do you mean by 
STL is 'unsupported' ? 

> and was left with no real library of base classes I could rely on. 

If you have not tried STLport - that was your and only your descision to 
reinvent the wheel.

> These people (the developers) won't get paid, they won't get any fame

Some are paid and some get quite a bit  of fame only because they are
participating in something called 'free software'.  Some are not only payed,
but also get a lot of fame. There are many different kinds and reasons 
why people are participating in 'free' software.

> So you asked, "Are you asking too much"?
> Unless you want to pay these developers...then yes, you are asking too
> much. If you don't like the way things are going, why don't you donate
> your time and help the effort? And more importantly, think twice before
> you criticize the efforts of others, especially when you have the
> opportunity to help, just as they are, to build these tools you complain
> so much about.

I see. So now there are some brand new holy cows over there, called 'free' 
software. ( To me - software is either good, or bad. No matter is it 'free' 
or 'not' ).

Somehow you are participating in some marketing-driven attempt to 
re-animate some heap of code produced by fulltime developers 
who have left some company long time ago.  This is your and only 
your descision.

I don't understand why now nobody can even *touch*  that monster.

Nobody is critisizing you.  The statement was:

Heather Lindsay wrote:
> The only ones you can blame are microsoft and mazilla for not being able to 
> keep up with technology that changes every day (are we asking for too much?).

Excuse me - what is wrong  with this statement?


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