From: Alan Horkan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 04 2002 - 11:38:15 EST
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: Learning to Program
> Well, you can't call me a true hacker on this one.
> A few minutes after I made that post, I went and found the site at Google. Thanks anyway, though.
> My question now is, how do I bootstrap DJGPP to working like Visual C++?
Basically you dont, it is a whole lot of hassle and i dont think anyone
every got it to work. The Visual C++ version is maintained or you could
use the linux version. If you are willing to do the necessary work to get
it working im sure patches would be appreciated.
This is not really appropriate for the user list, you should take
this to the developer list.
> Oh, and why doesn't the list work the right way (like making emails "reply-to" be the list itself)?
that is dependant on how the list is configured
there is no "right way" you just have to make the little bit of extra
effort to make sure you reply to the right person.
it is safer the current way so that if you accidentaly mail it will go to
one person rather than accidentally mail the entire list.
this has been discussed before and it was not changed.
some mail clients make this easier than others, if it really bothers you
change your email client.
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