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FrontPage 2000 and wave files

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Re: FrontPage 2000 and wave files
by t0mas (Priest) on Sep 01, 2000 at 19:19 UTC
    I had nooo idea that FrontPage 2000 was written in perl :)

    /brother t0mas

      Well if it is, someone *definitely* forgot to add a -T to the top of it. :)

Re: FrontPage 2000 and wave files
by KM (Priest) on Sep 01, 2000 at 19:03 UTC
    Yes, install FreeBSD and use vi. This is soooo OT.


      I have to disagree. Emacs would be a far superior choice. vi is a huge ball of suck.
        You had to say it didn't you? Reignite the EMACS vs VI holy this really needed? I mean honestly, Emacs with it convoluted  AL-META-DOUBLE-BUCKY-X space cadet commands to do anything, VI is clearly the best.... :)

        On another note, two paths to solve the Front Page problem:
        1. fdisk windows
        2. install linux
        3. continue
        -or if you really really need your Windows security blanket-
        1. fdisk win98
        2. install Win2k
        3. continue
        I've banned Emacs on all my boxes, resource hungry rubbish
Re: FrontPage 2000 and wave files
by b (Beadle) on Sep 01, 2000 at 19:08 UTC
    Ehhh... are you Anonymous by choice?

Re: FrontPage 2000 and wave files
by agoth (Chaplain) on Sep 01, 2000 at 19:11 UTC
    that's one of the best I've seen I think in a long time. :-)

    I vote for a random punters / troll node.

RE: FrontPage 2000 and wave files
by lindex (Friar) on Sep 02, 2000 at 02:21 UTC
    If this is some kinda joke then its barley amuzing, else
    you should just forget about doing web devel unless you want
    to accually learn html, plus this is a perl site not a "Web devel forum".

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