Xcode 4.0.2 and XS modules
richard.foley at rfi.net
Wed Apr 27 15:25:49 BST 2011
a. No, they were paying me to develop a test suite...
b. Because I wouldn't want to be sued by ... oh, that was close ;-)
b.b. Probably spent too long "south of the border".
c. I agree, but this is the usual case of them developing for windoze and
exploder and not giving a flying f*** about the rest of the planet. The usual
short term thinking that gives software development a bad name.
Ciao - shorter than AufWiederSehen!
> On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 11:43:36AM +0200, Richard Foley wrote:
> > This sounds similar to the response I got when reporting a number of bugs
> > in released software at a company which shall remain nameless. The
> > suggested fix
> > was for me to:
> > "change your operating system"...
> > There's really no (polite) answer to that.
> a: Had you previously paid them money for this software?
> b: why are you still being nice enough not to name and shame them, so that
> they get the reputation, mindshare and customer base that they deserve?
> You're usually far more "Yorkshire" than that. Is Munich slowly changing
> you? :-)
> because it's sounding very much like they *don't* actually "support" the
> operating system that you were trying to use, so it would be better if
> their lies on this matter were public to avoid other people having the
> same problems that you did.
> Nicholas Clark
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