Re: Question

From: Michael R. Rudel (
Date: 01/20/97

I'm not bitching, I'm just saying I think it would be eaiser. Less work.
It really doesn't matter to me, I do 99% of my stuff at work, I have lots
of spare time.  He can relase them whenever.  And I'm hardly lazy, I just
don't LIKE having to do it. :P
If I have to patch in the .rej's by hand, I will.

On Mon, 20 Jan 1997, Daniel Koepke wrote:

> On Mon, 20 Jan 1997, Michael R. Rudel wrote:
> > Not that, I'm just saying it would be nice and handy. I want him to
> > release little STEPS, not big jumps, cause in little fixes it's eaiser to
> > port in the new code. In a big jump, the diffs don't always work.
> Then either use a non-beta version (eg., v2.2) or patch in the rejects
> by hand.  Remember that CircleMUD v3.0 is still beta, despite it being
> stable.  There's very few bugs in the code for it being a beta version.
> No-one is forcing you to use the beta version and asking Jeremy to
> release more bug fixes faster is like saying, "I'm too lazy to do the
> manual patches, so I want you to find and fix a bunch of bugs, and then
> release the fixes for the bugs you find in the little free time you have
> for maintaing CircleMUD, so that it's more convenient for me."
> --
> Daniel Koepke
> Forgive me father, for I am sin.
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