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Re: Time for Hurd hacking...

From: Maurizio Boriani
Subject: Re: Time for Hurd hacking...
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 06:35:40 -0400
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> Noone needs anyone's permission to keep hacking.  It's true that
> duplication of efforts is often a bad thing.  But if you are learning along
> the way, then that is worthwhile regardless of what finally gets used.  The
> reason I encourage more people to start on the same project is because
> noone has shown any actual results.  I'm glad to hear that you have been
> working on rpctrace, but since you haven't posted any code yet, I cannot
> justify telling others to wait.

        excuse me If I offended you and make you all wait for this improve, but 
as I told you in last e-mail my home computer is now broken and until it will 
go up I must develop hurd on work cut time. In attach this e-mail is a diff of 
my work on rpctrace (checksum 39b1742a92a18dce98701a4ffbfd122b), but It's not 
tested at all (computer broken) and here at work is difficult for me test it. I 
presume it's work or may be little error. 
I'll test it tonight at my friend home. 

Than kyou for patient.

P.S. As you write, Roland, I have very fun in hurd haking and I like to 
continue anymore.


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