unix user - who BOYCOTTED microsoft a long time ago - still not paid for microsoft legal infringements
John D. Hendrickson
Fri May 1 13:49:00 GMT 2015
i've been findign allot of microsoft hacks in Unix code
while allot of if is #ifdef WIN32 which is "ok" (but damages readability
i've been seeing cygwin has been causing lib dependancy problems and
breakage in Unix that is not ok - even in gcc. things that are not
related to win32. such as: adding "stack canaries" as default to gcc
(i know that bullshit is off the MSc++ 6 developer disk: and not even a
good win32 programmer would use it - news was when it came out not to
but that's only an example. many hacks and changes made cause software
which used to build fine to have dependancy probelsm and or just plain
there is a conflict of interest
you people dont even run UNIx natively, and run on a system which has
historically attacked Unix in every way it can
cygwin is saying they are in charge of GNU - but, ie, GCC - is what your
trying to steal and damage - and is from a past generation of unix users
- who most of got it free as well.
consider that a "restraining order"
windows hackers - however rich - cannot be in control of "free unix"
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