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I have a sneaking suspicion that these guys have respectable talent - it's just their politics and PR that stink.

If they are actually capable of writing what they claim to have written ( obfuscators and this server ), then they have to be decent.

Boasting about the maximum size of one's code is very silly, as you say. But if 90kb is the minimum a good coder needs to write this app, and my minimum is 44, then it is likely that they have twice the functionality that I do.

The other option is that I'm twice as good as they are. I think I'm good, but I don't think I'm that good

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Stunnix Perl Web Server - a platform for portable browser-based applications
by Anonymous Monk on May 24, 2004 at 05:08 UTC
    Thanks for your opinion. Evaluation versions of the server were available for download on our site for a month or so (and currently are) (and it's also a sample of obfuscator-protected code).
      Thanks, but I don't install software that isn't open-source. I worry that closed code might try and mess with my system. It's happened before.

      I'm not accusing you of anything, it's just a working guideline. Kind of like yours is "don't give anything away for free". I'm sure you understand.

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