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RE: Knowing when nodes are updated

by Fastolfe (Vicar)
on Oct 26, 2000 at 18:30 UTC ( #38613=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Knowing when nodes are updated

I'm guilty of doing stuff like this.. When I write a node, even though I may preview it and it may look fine, I always go back and re-read through some of my posts (esp. if they're garnering lots of rep), and frequently change some wording slightly, clean up code occasionally, and sometimes add to it.

Though when I am making a significant content update, I will make it obvious with an "Update:" stamp. Unless I make the update within a few seconds after I post it (which, alas, I also do frequently).

I do try to take heed to replies, though, beforehand, so I don't change things that invalidate someone's reply and make them look stupid. That's just rude.

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[choroba]: but gurus say they in fact happen left to right, but we understand them wrongly
[marioroy]: bad gurus :)
[choroba]: also, &> redirects both at the same time
[marioroy]: erix are you using csh
Discipulus uh the link was for cmd.exe the bash one
[marioroy]: If yes, for redirection to work, one might do the following
[marioroy]: `bash -c "clang --version 2>/dev/null"`
[choroba]: Sane people don't use csh
[marioroy]: the 1>&2 will work, not shown
[marioroy]: sorry, did not know which if cmd.exe or unix (bash)

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