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Re^2: Free MSVC tools + Activestate to compile CPAN Modules

by jZed (Prior)
on Aug 31, 2004 at 02:10 UTC ( #387082=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Free MSVC tools + Activestate to compile CPAN Modules
in thread Free MSVC tools + Activestate to compile CPAN Modules

Wassercrats, thanks for trying to help, I must have missed your suggestion. I do not now and have never had you or anyone else on /ignore. I do try to ignore you (through mental powers, not with /ignore) when you are trying to dominate the CB with discussions about yourself or about ideas which appear to me to be introduced solely to provoke someone. OTOH, I applaud you for trying to be helpful. Thanks, I appreciate it, keep up the good work!

update: just to be clear, I mean those last two sentences, I am not being sarcastic.

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Re^3: Free MSVC tools + Activestate to compile CPAN Modules
by Wassercrats on Aug 31, 2004 at 02:23 UTC
    I'll have to use my mental powers to upvote you, since I don't have the ability to do it any other way.

      And you still wonder why you get down voted? Did you not read my post of the other day? I guess you did, because you responded. C'mon, Wassercrats, if I am going to give you the XP makeover, you have to work with me here!

      Update: Fixed broken link. You said that so nicely Wassercrats, I'm speachless!


      You're so sly, but so am I. - Quote from the movie Manhunter.
        Your link is broken. You mean this post.

        The post you responded to has been upvoted. Despite the fact that I almost never up or down voted anyone when I was able to, I said I'd have upvoted jZed. ((Upvote eq good) && (Wassercrats eq upvote)) eq (Wassercrats eq good).

        You should have taken your own advice and given me something to work with because I'm not sure what your complaint is.

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